On a trip to Lugu Lake in the early 2000s I heard a story about a bandit chasing horse riding pistol packing lady who wore a red cloak and aimed for the ass cheek.
This is a little video I put together in a few hours after hanging out by this swimming hole on the Baptism River. Watching the foam flow and swirl and stagnate get absorbed back into the river reminded me of how life can be and I had the impetus of the Franconia Five Minute Film […]
This is Part II of Storytime with Sascha: Hobo Cove. In this part, the boys and I get hit with it and have to figure out how to endure the elements. This one is age-restricted too, because of cussing mostly. I might allude to drinking and such? But I figure this one is adult enough […]
This video is Part I of a two-parter about an adventure I had on an island off the coast of southern Thailand. I have it age-restricted because I talk about drugs and cuss a bit. I also allude to fucking and fighting and drinking. I actually toned it down quite a bit, I barely told […]
In this Episode, we visit Litang, in the Tibetan region known as Kham, where a bunch of nomads gather for the annual horse race and a lame old man tells us a legend. Photo Credits: Sascha Matuszak Pamela Logan Michael Yamashita Matt Ming Holachina abmdsudi Music Credit: Buttertea & Gtashi
I put this video together with cinematographer Jeffery Weil and composer/editor Albert Yu for Ctrip, China’s biggest travel agency, and the city of Chengdu. It was my first big project as a producer and my job was to fix all of the locations, pull together the team, and basically oversee the vision. I was lucky […]
Chengdu is Part 2 of the promotional travel series we did for Ctrip and the city of Chengdu. This video features great breakdancing shots from a local Chengdu crew who joined us for a couple days. Credits:Jeffrey Weil – VideoAlbert Yu – Music/ProductionSascha Matuszak – Production
Chengdu: Spirit is Part 3 of promotional travel video series we did for Ctrip and the city of Chengdu. This video features some cool shots from a Taoist temple complex not far from Chengdu, in the Qingcheng Mountains. Credits:Jeffrey Weil – VideoAlbert Yu – Music/ProductionSascha Matuszak – Production