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visual storyteller: adventure travel, cycling, conservation

Behind the scenes insta-vid for @where_next_com visual campaign for #exofficio in Drakensberg Mtns #southafrica. With @julianmanrique and @davidcurto

And within a few hours of landing we hooked into some world class #peacockbass. These fish had never seen a fly before and we were catching 10+ lbs each on every other cast. This was the first catch of the trip.  Perhaps 20lbs. All #catchandrelease #fishing #flyfishing #travel #colombia

And within a few hours of landing we hooked into some world class #peacockbass. These fish had never seen a fly before and we were catching 10+ lbs each on every other cast. This was the first catch of the trip. Perhaps 20lbs. All #catchandrelease #fishing #flyfishing #travel #colombia

Traded my bicycle for fishing rod and airplane—such a privilege to truly explore + be perhaps the first ever to fish these fly-in only locations in Colombia’s lost world—a former cocaine growing region now secured by the Govt.  Landed in cow pasture and taxied right up to  front door of the farmhouse. #colombia #fishing #peacockbass #travel #exploration @jclenz = go to bush pilot.

Traded my bicycle for fishing rod and airplane—such a privilege to truly explore + be perhaps the first ever to fish these fly-in only locations in Colombia’s lost world—a former cocaine growing region now secured by the Govt. Landed in cow pasture and taxied right up to front door of the farmhouse. #colombia #fishing #peacockbass #travel #exploration @jclenz = go to bush pilot.

What if your local crag was in the heart of what was one of the most sketch cocaine growing regions in Colombia?

wherenextcreative:

Justification for Wanderlust
A Web-Series Exploring the Reasons We Travel 

Episode 3

Gabo’s Story: Climbing in Colombia

A group of Colombian climber’s joy for slacklining leads to the discovery of never seen before world class caving systems in the heart of the country’s former cocaine production region.

Production and Writing: Gregg Bleakney / WhereNext.com
Videography and Editing: Julian Manrique
Narration: Gabo

@duck98 fights through crosswinds, loneliness, and dehydration induced by burning 110 heat while while traversing the Isthmus de Tehuantepec. @adventurecycling #bikepacking #biketouring #travel #cycling #mexico

@duck98 fights through crosswinds, loneliness, and dehydration induced by burning 110 heat while while traversing the Isthmus de Tehuantepec. @adventurecycling #bikepacking #biketouring #travel #cycling #mexico

Final switchback up 15,600 foot Lagunas Llanganuco pass—a gravely monster that we started after dipping our toes in the Pacific. I decided to make three acclimatization overnights before cresting the summit. #peru #biketouring #bikepacking #cycling

Final switchback up 15,600 foot Lagunas Llanganuco pass—a gravely monster that we started after dipping our toes in the Pacific. I decided to make three acclimatization overnights before cresting the summit. #peru #biketouring #bikepacking #cycling

HWY 3 early winter storm. Ushuaia—Tierra del Fuego. 2007 from Ribbon of Road archive #cycling #bikepacking #biketouring #travel

HWY 3 early winter storm. Ushuaia—Tierra del Fuego. 2007 from Ribbon of Road archive #cycling #bikepacking #biketouring #travel

wherenextcreative:

Justification for Wanderlust

A Web-Series Exploring the Reasons We Travel 

Episode 2

David’s Story: Addicted to Overlandia

David Priddis was conceived on the road, when his parents were traveling overland across Australia. Thirty years later, his decision to leave his job and drive across South America, Africa and Asia in a Range Rover was not a radical attempt to find himself, but a natural expression from a person who’s self-aware enough to know that his true home is on the road.

Where?Next was commissioned by ExOfficio to produce a short narrative about David’s wanderlust from a series of interviews and GoPro clips uploaded to YouTube during his journey.

Director/Writer: Gregg Bleakney and David Priddis
Editor: Julian Manrique
Original Score: “Business” by Daniel Spils, Thaddillac and Friends
Footage: David Priddis

About to make 15 mile drop from Andes to tropics.  #colombia #cycling

About to make 15 mile drop from Andes to tropics. #colombia #cycling

Today’s ride: Cafe con Azucar. Starting in sugar cane country, up into the Andes and then back down again through shade grown coffee plantations—pit stop to enjoy some of the word’s greatest roast on the farm itself. #colombia #coffee #cycling

Today’s ride: Cafe con Azucar. Starting in sugar cane country, up into the Andes and then back down again through shade grown coffee plantations—pit stop to enjoy some of the word’s greatest roast on the farm itself. #colombia #coffee #cycling