My cousin and I traveled around Japan and Southeast Asia for two months, and had a blast. This is a video we made of our trip back in 2008!
“Those Who Know” by Estradasphere
Unknown track by Bump of Chicken (during Shibuya scene)
“Holding Out for a Hero” by Bonnie Tyler
“Zombie” by the Cranberries
“Holiday in Cambodia” by The Dead Kennedys
“Indiana Jones Theme” by John Williams
“Jungle Warfare” by Estradasphere
2 boys. 3 countries. 23 days.
Chapter I: VIETNAM
Here's the first chapter of our Asian adventure.
We spent six days in vietnam.
Arrived in Ho Chi Minh City we stopped few days then we went down to Can Tho in the Mekong Delta, stopping first at Cu Chi. Last step was Chau Doc, where we boarded for Cambodia.
What impressed me the most of Vietnam were friendliness and smiles and smiles of Vietnamese, as well as beautiful landscapes that leave you speechless. I literally fell in love with this country.
backpackers - the prologue https://vimeo.com/65525265
backpackers - chapter I: VIETNAM https://vimeo.com/66648030
backpackers - chapter II: CAMBODIA https://vimeo.com/68059480
backpackers - chapter III: THAILAND https://vimeo.com/80002874
Canon 5d mkII
Click here to see trip's pics by my friend Andrea Egidi: flickr.com/photos/andrea-egidi/
A special thanks to Costanza Danelon, for the text in the subtitles.
Filmed & Edited by: Marco Santi
Music: Prelude + Kiara - Bonobo
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A Little Adventure to Cambodia and Thailand. Islands and mainland.
Rusted Root - Send Me On My Way
Haim - Falling
Xavier Rudd - Follow The Sun
Jungle Giants - Mr. Polite
Shot by Sam and Emily on a GoPro Silver Edition
Cut by David Resce on Final Cut X
A digestible digital demonstration of my recent videography, editing and photography work.
Featuring projects I’ve either filmed, edited, or both for Beagle Create, Inspired Films, Powerslide skates, British Asian Trust, Barnardo's, Royal Academy of Engineering, KPMG, Winston, JRI Orthopaedics, Prince's Trust, Spectrasoul and some personal work from my various travels and adventures.
Based on ancient Asian folktales, Horang-ee and Gatchee follows the adventures of an impetuous tiger, his guardian magpie and the Old Master trying to help him find his place in the world. The art of the series combines traditional Korean painting techniques with modern character design. This half hour animated program is designed for 2-11 year olds yet enjoyable for the entire family. Calling upon timeless themes of the heroes journey and ancient asian folktales, Horang-ee and Gatchee entertains as it teaches the classic lessons of the best morality tales. The result is a uniquely stylish program, equally at home with PBS as Nickolodean or Cartoon Network.