EP 007: Dynamic Conversations - Relationships, Depression, Surviving a Cardiac Arrest, and More!
He appeared in the first episode of Dynamic Conversations (together with another friend of mine, Filip), and he is back in this episode for more. Let’s welcome Marvin Flamme.
It has been a long time since we talked. However, we have known each other for quite a while. In fact, we met at a surfing camp in Australia, when I was 21 years old. Which was already 8 years ago (gosh where does the time go).
Over the years we traveled together to many places such as Australia, Iceland, Hawaii, Germany, Spain, Vietnam, and many others. On many of these trips, we worked together, me as a photographer and Marvin as the videographer, shooting for other companies.
While I am currently less active as a photographer, Marvin is still a full-on professional videographer/photographer.
In fact, he currently still runs Making Motion, the media agency he founded at age 20 back when he was still in film school.
If you ever need a media agency, definitely check them out.
Now, in this Dynamic Conversation, just like the others, we talk about a variety of different topics. Some of these topics include relationships and ways to improve them, dealing with depression, last wishes, crisis photography, surviving a sudden cardiac arrest, and many more fun and exciting topics that I hope you will enjoy!
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