Such wisdom and insight in this short clip. Anyone interested in documenting the world around them will find this useful.
Like a lot of pet owners, I have a large bunch of footage of our cat doing strange, cute and crazy things. This video takes a look at some of the more disturbing footage I’ve gathered over recent months.
This week I brought the camera into the gym and shot some footage of us training and having some fun sparing sessions. We generally have a bunch of guys doing 5 minute rounds of brazillian jiu jitsu, 3 minute rounds of thai/boxing and some of the guys like to float between the two and also do some rounds of MMA. Friday night is free training night so we like to keep it fun and playful.
Today I attended a new Brazillian Jiu Jitsu competition in Brisbane, Queensland Australia. The Submission Grappling League. It is a small, submission only competition looking to grow into a regular event on the competition circuit in Australia.
Due to the longer round times there were a lot of submission finishes and the level of competition was very high. Here are my favourite photos from the day. Continue reading
I was woken up to Juan Carlos calling out my name. It was 5:30 am, I had overslept. The group had started up the track while JC went looking for my room. I threw on a pair of pants, checked I had everything in my pack, made a quick pit stop at the bathroom then we were on our way. Continue reading
After a long week in the jungle with a very restrictive diet and some hard ceremonies at the Ayahuasca retreat, it was time to recover, indulge in some tasty food and laze around on the streets of Iquitos. Most of the street shots are taken with my lovely Contax G2 film camera and Kodak colour film. Continue reading
We’ve just finished the flower ceremony in readiness for my third and final ceremony in a few hours. I’m both determined and nervous. The scars from the last ceremony are still fresh but there is still so much more to learn. I hope that tonight will bring me what I need in a form that I can understand and not be overwhelmed by. Continue reading