After ExplorersWeb Dave moved on to the adventure film industry. Image by David d'Angelo, SOURCE
"On an expedition, when the interesting personal interdynamics takes place, the camera gets kicked out of the tent," Dave notes. Image by David d'Angelo
Thumbs up for the Space jump. "As far as a web event [...], everyone watched it." courtesy Red Bull Stratos, SOURCE
"We’re seeing less, but when there is something to see, everyone’s coming out," said Dave. SOURCE
"I don’t really see this demand with my peers for documentaries - in fact, it’s almost less. Everyone I know is watching Breaking Bad and Walking Dead."
Image of Dave crab fishing: "Deadliest Catch and the Antique shows are closer than you think," he says, "the one thing I learned years and years ago is that people don’t care about things - they care about people." Image by David d'Angelo
"I do" from a wheel chair. Ground up by a boat propeller one week before his wedding Dave escaped with a shattered knee and torn shoulder. Image by David d'Angelo
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(Tina Sjogren) We broke bread in a refurbished sweatshop to bring luck to ExWeb's new digs in Manhattan's SoHo. He squeezed his motorcycle into one of the elevators and parked it right by his desk. He helped peddle the first 'consumer versions' of Contact, wrote some of our best stories and helped edit videos for K2's Magic line. We scooped stories about fake oxygen, flights over Everest, and killed 10 Germans on Cho Oyu by mistake. Then he bagged big E for himself: through its wild side, with Abramov, in his first shot.We...