I’ve been making videos for quite a while now and in some occasions I even made some films, which unfortunately I didn’t consider good enough to be posted on my YouTube channel…
Throughout this period of time I also managed to gather together (both saving money and giving up a small portion of my social life) some very basic equipment, which I would like to share with you. Most of you will probably be reading this after watching my video about my filming gear, but in case you haven’t seen it, you can click here.
Before starting I would just like to point out that I’m not a professional filmmaker and that having good equipment doesn’t necessarily mean making good films: talent is the main element that makes the difference between an amazing filmmaker and somebody who just bought expensive equipment.
Continue reading “Filmmaker Starter Pack”
On 12th August, I went on a little adventure all on my own(which allowed me to tick another thing off my bucket list).
I woke up, got in my car and drove to Aurano, a little village near Lake Maggiore. This tiny village is characterised pretty much by only one thing: an amazing zipline, which allows people to fly over the entire valley and admire the view while flying at over 100km/h and 350m from the ground.
Since such an adventure cannot be explained through words, I decided to make a little video about it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.
I have always been known for undertaking every single opportunity to travel…even flying to London for a few hours only.
Everybody knows that I love travelling, but nobody thought that I would have been so mad to catch a flight to attend an open day of a university. To be honest…it was an absolutely hectic day.
Continue reading “14 Hours In London”
Travelling is one of the most fascinating thing in the world.
Meeting new people, learning new things and discovering new cultures are some of the reason why I love it so much. That’s why I try to travel as much as I can in my spare time.
Even if short trips do not require a specific preparation, I always have a “basic equipment” which I take with me every time I travel.
Continue reading “My Flight Equipment”
Surprisingly I wasn’t as conspicuous as I had feared: just an eighteen year-old teenager walking around Venice in a dinner jacket at 2 pm.
Check out the video of this adventure!
A lot of people say that the hardest thing about travelling is having to wake up really early.
Personally I have never found it a big problem because I don’t need that much sleep to feel fine.
That’s why I was already up at 6.15 am on Friday 23rd October, ready to go to the train station to catch the 8:35 train to Venice. After a quick breakfast, I went to the second class carriage and took my seat.
Continue reading “Posh Weekend In Venice”
Is it possible to visit the entire world in just one place?
Everything began on the 21st August.
Well,to be honest,everything began on December 2014,when I first heard about the Volunteer Project of Expo Milan 2015 and I decided to submit my request to take part in this amazing project(which was also on my Bucket List)
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If there was an award for the “shortest night sleep”, I would probably be an excellent candidate.
I got home at 1.30am after an amazing 18th birthday party and finished packing at 2.30am. This meant I had about an hour and a half to take off my dinner jacket,brush my teeth,have a quick nap,wear another suit and jump in the car to get to the airport.
Continue reading “#FourDaysinLondon”