Blaze Nowara

Blaze is a documentary filmmaker whose work has dealt with a variety of issues ranging from peacemaking among civil war refugees in North Sumatra, immigrant victims of domestic violence in the USA, to alternatives to violence within a medium security prison in Dublin. He is currently based in New York City.

10 of the most dramatic high desert spots in the West

“Anyone can take a picture of themselves in front of Machu Picchu, but you can’t buy a ticket to go train hopping.”

4 incredible day trips from Vegas that will get you off the strip

These guys created a brand new sport: Drone Surfing

Experience 4 minutes of Thailand in this video and you may end up booking a flight

Astounding aerial photos reveal the product of human activity on our planet

360-Degree tour of Yosemite National Park with President Obama

This wave in the Pacific Northwest is one of the most dangerous breaks in the world

Rare footage of otherwordly creatures in the deepest depths of the ocean

The most visually orgasmic skate video set in New York City

Bamboo drifting in China is the most bizarre sport you have ever seen

Watch: The Zulu villagers skate scene in rural South Africa is inspiring

This filmmaker traveled 10,000 miles across the US to capture the most beautiful landscapes our country has to offer

Watch: The epic scale of New Zealand in winter

The future of SUP is practically flying

Race to Alaska: Winner gets $10,000 cash nailed to a piece of wood

After 2 years, 2,000 attempts and 2 visits the the hospital, a skateboarder finally lands this trick

Reject the terror, embrace the beauty. A tribute to Nice, France.

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