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Don't Worry About Your Gear: Casey Neistat's Guide to Getting Started on Vimeo
"Do you yearn to express your creative vision, but don’t have access to the latest and greatest gear? Don’t despair! Casey Neistat shows you how to capture the story you want to tell while maximizing the equipment at your immediate disposal. If you’re just getting into the world of video, this highly practical workshop is the perfect launchpad for your ideas."

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november 2012 by robertogreco
Casey Neistat - Wikipedia
"Neistat was born and raised in New London Connecticut.[1] He dropped out[2] of Ledyard High School in the 10th grade at age 15 and did not return to school or graduate. At age 17 Neistat had a son, Owen. From age 17 until 20 he lived in a trailer park with his son and son's mother, it was during this time Neistat was on welfare, a detail cited by Neistat when delivering his own biography.

In 2001 Neistat moved to New York City.

Prior to moving to New York City Neistat worked as a dishwasher[3] and short order cook in Mystic Connecticut. His first job in New York City was as a bike messenger.

In mid 2001 Neistat and his brother Van began working with the artist Tom Sachs, ultimately making a series of films[4] about the artists sculptures and installations. This was the earliest work done by the brothers as a collective."
caseyneistat  tomsachs  nyc  deschooling  unschooling  autodidacts  autodidactism  filmmaking  film  dropouts  autodidacticism 
november 2012 by robertogreco
Photo by caseyneistat • Instagram ["How To Be A Filmmaker. an abridged essay from 2007."]
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If you want to be a filmmaker. really want to be filmmaker, give it everything you've got. Your excuses are your own, everybody's got them. Too busy with your job? Quit. Don;t have a camera? Steal you mom's. Can't afford a computer? get 2 VCR's.

Doing what you want in life is hard but you're definitely going to die at some point in time so you should at least try."
2007  wantingit  motivation  howwecreate  constraints  excuses  life  filmmaking  caseyneistat 
august 2012 by robertogreco

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