Free book – “Life saving travel tips for journalists”

The world of filmmaking and video journalism is changing

There is so much to learn – shooting, editing, writing, structure and of course the art of travel in an increasingly dangerous world.

I’ve been a cameraman, editor and journalist for the last fifteen years, have worked around the globe and even picked up a couple of awards. I’m fascinated by the art of video journalism, the kit we use and where our industry is heading.

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The cover for my free book
The cover for my free book “Life saving travel tips for journalists”

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2 thoughts on “Free book – “Life saving travel tips for journalists”

  1. I travel for probably half of my jobs, so this was a good read. I’ve not had to deal with carnets yet, though. Totally agree on looking both ways when crossing the road. While shooting a project in Japan, I crossed the street to get a better vantage point for a tsunami evacuation tower. I was a cat’s whisker from becoming a hood ornament for a tour bus coming from the right.

    My main struggle is traveling with grip/lighting/tripod. I can get easily get my camera gear into my carryon (hand luggage), but when I need to light and use a tripod, I’m guaranteed extra baggage fees. I do make sure the client knows this up front, but it’s still a hassle.

    1. Hi there, yes the old “look both ways” seems obvious but it’s so easy to forget! Cheers and keep in touch

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