1. Kenya Helicopter Safari

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    A ten day helicopter photo safari in Kenya with Tropic Air. Starting in Nairobi and flying north to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Mt.Kenya, Lake Bogoria, the Pokot Tribe, Magado Crater, Painted Valley, Lake Logipi and ending at Lake Turkana.This is one of the world's ultimate travel experiences. If you are looking for something special to add to your bucket list, and you can afford it, then this is a definite. Photography by R.C. Isak Pretorius and Martin Harvey. Pilot Jamie Roberts. Videographer and guide - Martin Harvey Additional aerial footage supplied by Tropic Air. By Martin Harvey www.wildimagesonline.com and Tropic Air Kenya www.tropicairkenya.com Music - Africa Union by Parish

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    • A War For Your Soul-Birmingham version

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      Filmmaker and public speaker Reggie Bullock is one of the most sought after motivational speakers in the United States, traveling to over 60 cities in the past two years. Reggie’s short film "A War For Your Soul" is a stirring, inspirational video for today’s generation. Over 10 million internet viewers have watched “A War For Your Soul” in 2 years. The video has garnered praise from mayors, city leaders, youth and civic organizations and almost every major country around the world, sparking dialogue in encouraging adults to play a more active role in educating children. On Oct. 14th, Popular radio host Michael Baisden said "This is a must see film". Reggie has received the "key to the city" award from the cities of Macon GA., Riviera Beach Fl. and Corpus Christi TX. Reggie is currently active as a noted speaker, conducting speaking engagements throughout the country. For speaking engagements contact www.warforyoursoul.com or reggie.bullock@warforyoursoul.com This video was created to inspire young at-risk African-Americans not to fall prey to some of the problems they face in society. The "Master of Darkness" represents that abstract concept of evil that has the potential to reside in the consciousness of mankind. The use of the images of Richard Pryor and NAS, were used to show how we have publicly displayed the "N" word over the course of time. Richard Pryor, before his death, had gone on record to publicly denounce his use of the word, and the Rapper NAS ( one of the few socially conscious rappers ) intentions of wearing the jacket had nothing to do with the glorification of the word. I have enjoyed some of Pryor's masterful story telling and I have also enjoyed some of the thought provoking music from NAS. This video should not to be used to divide people (Black & White). This video should not be used to criticize all aspects of hip-hop culture. This video should not be used to allow the rest of society to escape from their responsibility, to help with financial & academic support. If used properly, this video will allow our youth to see some of the horrific conditions that their ancestors fought through and some of the horrific conditions they face today. An extensive commentary about the film can be seen at www.warforyoursoul.com **THIS VIDEO IS NOT FOR SALE & I AM NOT ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR THE FILM, I ONLY WANT THE MESSAGE TO REACH AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT ANY HIDDEN POLITICAL OR FINANCIAL AGENDA. Speaking Engagements for Reggie Bullock 2009 - 2011: 2009 Apr 19 Florida African American Student Association, Orlando Fl. Sep 23 Central Ct. Univ. New Britain CT. Oct. 3 Kingdom Wood Film Festival, Lithonia GA . Oct. 9 A. Phllip Randolph Org., Seattle WA. Nov 16 Middle Tennessee St. Univ., Murfreesboro TN. Nov 21 Theodore D. Young Community Center Greenburgh N.Y. Nov 21 New York Medical College, White Plains N.Y. 2010 Jan 10 Emmanuel Baptist Church Winston Salem NC Jan 17 Lee University Cleveland TN. Jan 20 Obama Election Committee, Macon GA. Feb 1 New Faith Baptist Church, Chicago IL. Feb 3 Central Fl. Comm. College, Ocala Fl. Feb 3 Abyssinian Missionary Baptist Church Jacksonville Fl. Feb 4 Auburn University Auburn AL. Feb 11 California St. Univ., Fullerton CA Feb 15 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC Feb 22 Miller Grove HS, Lithonia GA Feb 27 Cedar Grove Missionary Church, Mt. Juliet TN Mar 7 Open Word Christian Ministries, Fairburn GA. Mar 13 New Hope Baptist Church, Chattanooga TN. Mar 15 Norwich Free Academy Norwich CT. Apr 3 New Olivet Baptist Church, Memphis TN. Apr 10 Trinity Church, Pontiac MI. Apr 15 Alabama A&M Normal AL. Apr 24 BEFY Networking & EDU, Wilson N.C. Apr 30 Tabernacle Missionary Baptist, Tallahassee FL. May 9 St Louis Coalition of Clergy, St Louis Mo. May 21 UMADAOP - Cleveland Ohio May 29 Sanctuary Evangelistic Church, Tulsa OK. Jun 27 Word Of Life Church, Flint MI Jul 21 West Palm Beach Fl. Aug 1 Macon Georgia Fundraiser Aug 7 California State University, Monterey CA Aug 14 Fletcher's Chapel, Madison AL SEP 10 Tabernacle Miss Baptist Church, West Palm Beach Fl. Oct 30 Pilgrim Baptist Church, Greenville MS Nov 7 Mount Zion Baptist Tullahoma TN Nov. 15 New Faith Baptist Church, Chicago IL Nov 21 Clairborn Family Worship Center, Nashville TN Nov 29 Friendship Missionary Bapist Church, Indianapolis IN. 2011 Jan 14 AAPAC - Rome GA- Cancelled Due to Weather Feb 3 Auburn University Auburn AL. Feb 7 Morgan State University, Baltimore MD Feb 11 Memphis Academy, Memphis TN Feb 12 South West Community College, Memphis TN Feb 18 East Literature Magnet School Nashville TN Feb 19 African American Day, Lebanon TN Feb 27 New Commandment Missionary Baptist Church, Paramount CA Mar 14 ADLA Goldsboro NC Mar 16 Black Chamber of Commerce, Durham NC Mar 29 NAACP Dorchester MD Apr 9 Robbins Community Center Robbins, IL. Apr 23 Urban Summit, Jacksonville FL May 5 Embracing Arms Inc., Newark NJ May 14 Economic Summit Chicago IL. May 20 Sons of Allen Retreat Jacksonville Fl. Jun 10 "One Life One Vision" Pittsburgh PA Jun 18 Centennial Baptist Church Harrodsburg KY Jun 25 Youth Conference Peoria Illinois Jul 16 TABPHE at Del Mar College Corpus Christi TX Jul 29 Weathers Family Reunion Atlanta GA Aug 18 100 birthday of Civil Rights Leader A. Robinson, Tuskegee Univ AL. Sep 10 Donald Tucker Complex, Newark NJ Sep 11 Bethel Baptist Church, Orange NJ Sep 21 Tuskegee University, Tuskegee AL Oct 1 Carmack BLVD Church of Christ, Columbia TN. Oct 24 Biloxi MX Nov. 6 Macon GA Nov 20 Yazoo City MS Contacts: www.warforyoursoul.com reggie.bullock@warforyoursoul.com http://www.facebook.com/reggie.bullock http://twitter.com/ReggieBullock

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      • The Beauty of the Irrational

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        Human beings don’t always make rational decisions. But making irrational decisions is precisely what makes us human. These decisions, based on an impulse or a feeling, often lead us to those perfect moments when it feels great to be alive. "The Beauty of the Irrational" follows Ryan Sandes, a South African Ultra-Runner, as he returns to the Fish River Canyon to run the 5 day, 84km, Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail in the fastest time possible. He completed the run, self-supported, in amazing time of 6h57min! Directed by Dean Leslie Produced by Greg Fell Cinematography by Dean Leslie & Dale Hunt Edited by Dean Leslie Original music by Signpost Sound Additional Footage Greg Fell Craig Kolesky Supported by Salomon, Suunto and Velocity Sports Lab Special thanks Alu-Cab - www.alu-cab.co.za Signpost Sound - www.signpostsound.co.za African Extreme Promotions - www.africanextremepromotions.com Vanessa Haywood Ryan Sandes

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        • Mandi: Naked in Bushwick

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          I photographed Mandi in Bushwick, Brooklyn in 2010. It was part of a story on me that AOL did, for their website called "asylum." Nope, it's no longer around. But Amanda is. I am. This shoot was a bit different for me, as we took the risk of shooting out on a public street, which is technically against the law. One can be topless in New York City legally, but not completely nude. Oh well. Passersby seemed to like it. Mandi (Amanda) is one of my favorite models, due to her infectious smile, curly hair, and amazing body. I never get tired of seeing it. I hope you won't either, as I have several other shoots with Mandi that I have yet to post. I hope this inspires you to photograph other women naked outside. Unless of course you are in Saudi Arabia. Or if you do, make sure the Prince is ok with it. The Prince of Brooklyn was very happy with a Naked Happy Mandi :)

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          • RWANDA

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            In summer of 2012, Mammoth spent two weeks in Rwanda, Africa filming for the country's tourism department. After delivering the finished video, we decided to create another edit to include all the bonus footage and outtakes. This video is NOT the edit currently playing in their airports and welcome centers. If you wish to visit this beautiful country, contact us and we'll put you in touch with our guide, Amani. Music in this portfolio edit: "Equestrian" by U.S. Royalty "Still Life" by The Horrors Created by MammothMedia.tv

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            • HIMBA - Ethnic Group (Namibia)

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              The Himba are an ethnic group of about 20,000 to 50,000 people living in northern Namibia, in the Kunene region (formerly Kaokoland). They are a nomadic, pastoral people, closely related to the Herero, and speak Otjihimba, a dialect of the Herero language. The Himba breed cattle and goats. The responsibility of milking the cows lies with the women. Women take care of the children, and one woman will take care of another woman's children. Women tend to perform more labor-intensive work than men do, such as carrying water to the village and building homes. Men handle the political tasks and legal trials. Members of an extended family typically dwell in a homestead, "a small, circular hamlet of huts and work shelters" that surrounds "an okuruwo (ancestral fire) and a central livestock enclosure." Both the fire and the livestock are closely tied to their belief in ancestor worship, the fire representing ancestral protection and the livestock allowing "proper relations between human and ancestor." The Himba wear little clothing, but the women are famous for covering themselves with otjize, a mixture of butter fat and ochre, possibly to protect themselves from the sun. The mixture gives their skins a reddish tinge. This symbolizes earth's rich red color and the blood that symbolizes life, and is consistent with the Himba ideal of beauty. Women braid each other's hair and cover it in their ochre mixture. The Himba never wash, even after childbirth. In order to get rid of body odour, they apply strong-smelling substances to their bodies. They do not wash their hands either - instead they use specific dust to clean their hands. Modern clothes are scarce, but generally go to the men when available. Traditionally both men and women go topless and wear skirts or loincloths made of animal skins in various colors. Adult women wear beaded anklets to protect their legs from venomous animal bites. Boys are generally circumcised before puberty, to make them eligible for marriage. Marriages are arranged at a daughter's birth and usually take place when the girl is between about 14 and 17. (Wikipedia) View my web pages : www.african.dream.webd.pl

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              • Yellow Fever: FULL

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                Please like my FB page for more info about my work. Thanks! http://facebook.com/NgendoMukii Please follow me on twitter @NgendoMukii I am interested in the concept of skin and race, and what they imply; in the ideas and theories sown into our flesh that change with the arc of time. The idea of beauty has become globalised, creating homogenous aspirations, and distorting people’s self-image across the planet. In my film, I focus on African women’s self-image, through memories and interviews; using mixed media to describe this almost schizophrenic self-visualization that I and many others have grown up with. -Best Experimental Short Film, Black Star Film Festival, USA August 2014 -Best Short Film, AfriKamera Film Festival, Warsaw, Poland April 2014 -3rd place in the Documentary Category, 2nd Afrinolly Short Film Competition, February 2014 -Best Animation, This Is England Film Festival, Rouen, France November 2013 -Best Student Film, Underexposed Film Festival, SC, USA November 2013 -Silver Hugo for Best Animated Short, 49th Chicago International Film Festival, USA October 2013 -Special Mention, 59th Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Germany May 2013 -Best Short Film, Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards, Lagos, Nigeria March 2013 -Best Animation, 7th Kenya International Film Festival, Nairobi, Kenya November 2012 -Africa Movie Academy Awards, Bayelsa, Nigeria April 2013 Nominated for Best Short Film Award -Colours of the Nile Film Festival Addis Ababa, Ethiopia November 2012 Nominated for Best Short Film Award -Encounters Short Film Festival Bristol, UK September 2012 Nominated in The Nahemi Student Film Awards facebook.com/NgendoMukii thenge.com/

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                • What To Expect When You're Expecting

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                  They were so "on board," in fact, that their finger-ticklin' dudeshake went on for a good forty minutes. When they stopped and came to, they were sitting out on the street with all of their stuff in a hasty pile next to them.

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                  • Request For Urgent Business Proposal

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                    And to think: All he needed was their bank routing number. He was so close. So, so close to giving random people he's never met all the money they could imagine, based on some unspoken rule he has no context for or ability to describe. Food for thought, right?

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                    • SexyXposures

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                      Compilation video showing clips from videos we made made for SexyXposures. See more in Chris Thomson's newly published Book "EXPOSED" at blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2953895

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