NYC Summer 2018
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa - Brand Video
Director - Andrew Klein
Director of Photography - Reuben Hernandez
Underwater Photography - Andrew Klein & Reuben Hernandez
Editor - William Zitser
Color - Jenny Montgomery, Company 3
Today was nearly 100 degrees in NYC so we hit the beach. Here's a foggy seascape from our ferry ride over to Rockaway beach. It got quite lively today during the Colombia and England round of 16 World Cup match.
My 2017 best nine Instagram photos curated by the Instagram community. 2017 was a great year
Italy | Italy | NYC | Greece | NYC | South Africa | Greece | New York | Italy
Matera is a town built into caves using negative architecture and one of the oldest and continuously inhabited human settlements in the world. It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its underground cistern and water collection system. The main cistern has a water capacity of five million liters and took over 200 years to dig/carve out of the rock!
Some highlights from Puglia, Italy included endless underwater caves and swimming holes
Old stuff, since 495 B.C.
Meteora, Greece is one of the most fascinating and spectacular places I have ever visited. It's a four hour drive north of Athens and has an incredibly rich history. Meteora translates as "suspended in the air".
Caves in Meteora were inhabited continuously between 50,000 and 5,000 years ago and the monks settled here in the 11th century. The monasteries were built in the 14th - 16th centuries and the monks found the inaccessible rock pillars an ideal refuge from the expanding Turkish occupation, and the area was also attacked by the Nazis during WWII.
Today all of the monasteries pictured above are still functioning monasteries. I recommend ditching your car and exploring the region by foot.
Big life moments that remain in the memory bank forever
(at Monemvasía, Greece)
Peace 🇦🇮 in Anguilla last month
(at Anguilla, British West Indies)