My work objective is simple: inspire people by producing engaging films about amazing individuals.
K2: The Impossible Descent
On July 22 2018, a Polish ski mountaineer clicked into his bindings at an altitude of 8,611m to make history. Follow Andrzej Bargiel’s expedition from Poland to Pakistan, as he descends K2 on skis.
Experience Nouria Newman's incredible kayak journey through India's Ladakh
Seven Days, Three Rivers, One Kayaker: This is the story of Nouria Newman's Solo Adventure kayaking in India
Go inside the Greenland ice cap with photographer Christian Pondella
In the remote, icy wilderness on the Greenland ice cap, a gaping hole marked the spot where climber Will Gadd and his support crew and film team would descend into the unknown.
“My first thought was this thing looks f**king scary,” recalls photographer Christian Pondella. The American has been shooting adventures with Gadd for nearly 20 years – but this one took things to a different level. Literally.
A moulin is basically a giant hole in a glacier, created when surface water finds its way in...
Sandes and Griesel run the Great Himalaya Trail
Ryan Sandes and Ryno Griesel are setting off on the adventure of a lifetime: run the Great Himalaya Trail in the fastest known time—a total of 1406km in 28 days. Follow along on the epic run here.
See this guy train for world’s toughest triathlon
“At the end of the day I have to look at myself in the mirror – why am I frustrated with something – oh, that’s because I’m tired.”
100 Seconds of Epic Sailing With ORACLE TEAM USA
Twenty years ago, the average max speed was 12 knots. Today, it’s 40 knots (in less than 12 knots of wind). Meaning, you don’t even hear the wind because you’re going so fast.
While sailing these machines, crews constantly teeter on the edge between ridiculously fast and total catastrophe, combating situations and G-force speeds when maneuvering. We should also mention that the sailors are not strapped in, which is like driving an F1 car without a seatbelt.
The goal: get around the race cours...
See Ryan Sandes take on the original 100-mile race
Ten days earlier there'd been a blizzard on top of these mountains, but on this Saturday the runners were gearing up to get punched in the face by a late-June heatwave descending on the area. Nonetheless, they weren't going to let the extreme weather stop them from finishing this ultra-marathon – and it sure as hell wasn’t going to stop Ryan from winning it.
“On paper this isn’t the hardest ultra-marathon,” Ryan says. “But then you go out and it’s just brutal and it sucks everything out of yo...
Meet Shiva Keshavan, the fastest Indian on ice
Shiva Keshavan was discovered in the mountains of India when he was a young teenager after the film Cool Runnings was released and a group of luge coaches went hunting for the next generation of elite athletes living in unusual places. After a week of catapulting himself down the winding mountain roads of the Himalayas, Keshavan won the chance to go to Innsbruck, Austria and try his luck on a real professional track.
"I was 15 and in Austria, and as I walked up the stairs at the famous turn 1...
100 seconds of Southern Ocean sailing in the Volvo Ocean Race
The Southern Ocean is a place like no other: it's unfathomably cold and the waves are taller than houses. It's always grey and the squalls are filled with snow rather than rain. The wind is relentless too – a calm day is anything under 30 knots (55kph). And, every few years, a group of sailors head down to the Roaring 40s (and 50s) in the Volvo Ocean Race to complete the iconic leg from Auckland, NZ to Itaji, Brazil.
This year, this iconic leg was next level. Sailors, who’ve been there many t...