With surfboards in tow, we seek out the most decadent tropical ecosystems on the planet and create multi-media campaigns for our sponsors: to inspire wanderlust and engage viewers in authentic adventure travel motivated by environmental curiosity and stewardship.
Insider Perks was founded by Brian Searl, a former travel agent and television news editor. Brian saw a unique opportunity to combine his talents of both video editing and photography with his travel expertise and launched InsiderPerks.com in its current form in March of 2009. Since then Brian has hired additional staff members who work closely with him and still visits each location personally to oversee the production of all of the videos that Insider Perks produces. His video production experience includes 1 year of internship with The Cleveland Indians baseball team as well as 4 years of experience as a video editor at WOIO-TV in Cleveland, OH. Since leaving CBS in 2006, Brian has done a variety of freelance work all around the world as well as successfully launching his own travel agency.
Jungles in Paris is a different kind of travel website. We work with photographers and filmmakers to produce and present short pieces on culture, craft, geography, and wildlife from around the world. All writing is original and composed in-house.
Morgan Paar and Vân Nguyen founded Nomadic Frames with the desire to collect all of our passions—travel, video production, photography and story telling—into one identity. We’ve travelled to over 45 countries on five continents to get the story. Let us help you tell your story.
We produce documentary and travel programs and pride ourselves on being able to complete all aspects of a production from script to screen. We have produced work for the ABC, ninemsn, compulsive traveler (USA) and we were one of the first Australian content producers accepted onto the youtube partner program.
The idea behind the video blog is to travel the world filming short informative videos to help fellow travelers decide what to do on their next vacation, or possibly what to do if already on vacation. Basically, a video guide book. In today’s world of laptops and mobile internet devices being used by the masses, why carry a heavy guide book around when you can watch a short informative video.