After winning the World Nomads 2013 Travel Film Scholarship, Andrés founded Meanwhile Productions with Nin van Wechem. A nomadic filmmaking team moved by storytelling, their work varies from micro-documentaries to cinematic videography, travel stories, and photography. Their travels have taken them far and wide, from living with an indigenous community in the Colombian Amazon, to discovering the world's most densely populated island in the Caribbean Sea, to documenting humanitarian issues in hard-to-reach war zones in South Sudan.
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When traveling, food is a huge part of the adventure. When telling stories about travel, food photography is a great way to share.
Former World Nomads scholarship winner Andres Brenner shares his tips on whether to use your phone or camera to capture your travel memories.
How well thought-out sound design will elevate your travel video from good to great.
For Afro-Uruguayans in Montevideo, this colorful and exuberant tradition is a way to honor their ancestors.
On the Uruguayan coast, local fisherman Robert shares his passion for his work, and offers a lesson in sustainability.
In rural Uruguay, these performers help preserve the traditional gaucho lifestyle through song.
Andrés Brenner learns why the locals in Peru’s Sacred Valley choose to keep the ancient ways.
Videographer Andrés Brenner discovers why an Amazon community chose conservation over tradition.
Andrés Brenner finds out what it’s like to live on Santa Cruz del Islote, the world’s most densely populated island.
Traveling through Ecuador, Andrés Brenner unexpectedly discovers a fiery New Year’s Eve custom.
Andrés Brenner heads to the Bolivian Andes to find the medicine men behind the remedies at the La Paz Witches’ Market.
Find untouched beaches and laid-back vibes on Myanmar's Dawei Peninsula.
Burmese cuisine has a variety of international influences, including China, India, and Thailand – just to name a few. Nomad Andreas visits a traditional street bakery in Myanmar to see the process behind the flatbread.
Nomad Andreas experiences a Shin Pyu ordination ceremony in Myanmar, to find out what the journey from kid to monk is all about.
Unlike any other place on earth, this place is impossible to describe. Bolivia can only be understood by experience.
Ever wondered who makes the gold that covers Myanmar's statues, temples, and pagodas? Nomad Andrés meets the goldmakers.