Progress. The past year I’ve made it a mission to make motion a part of my daily life, to never stay idle for too long, and to grow and seek betterment as much as possible. It was a year to filter out what means most in my life by inundating it with everything that’s possible.
Thank you to everyone who helped me build these memories. I’m forever grateful for the opportunities I have to travel, build, connect, grow, change, and progress. I’m excited for what the future holds. Cheers.
Posted by Rodney Mallari on Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Blessings. It’s easy to forget them in the midst of the chaos and even harder to remember them in times of despair. We often forget how much power they hold and how much inspiration they can bring. I live for memories likes these. Memories that bring light and invigorate the soul. It is in remembering all that we have that helps us conquer fears when in doubt, find happiness in sorrow, and fly when we are down. Thank you Fiji for your unabashed beauty, breathtaking culture, and undeniable love you brought to my heart.
Posted by Rodney Mallari on Tuesday, January 09, 2018
Sydney was vibrant and full of life! We explored the bustling city, unspoilt beaches, beautiful Blue Mountains, and sparkling Darling Harbour. Congratulans Roicelene and Danwin on your amazing wedding! A BIG thank you to the rest of my Australian family for taking care of us!
Posted by Rodney Mallari on Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Going to Cuba was like going back in time. Classic cars cruised across the streets, buildings blazed with colonial and baroque architecture, and technology was far and few between. People clamored and played in the streets day and night and music filled the alleyways everywhere we went. It was simply magical.
Thank you South Africa for the amazing adventure! The wonderful people we met along the way perfectly complemented your beautiful terracotta sunsets, vibrant rolling hills, and rugged blue coastlines. It was a wild, untamed, and endless adventure. Until we meet again. (p.s. My drone died halfway through the trip — yikes! I tried to stitch together as much as I could!)
Last week we took a journey to Zion and it was simply breathtaking. The massive sandstone cliffs that soared into the blue sky captured wonders in nature rarely seen. The rocky precipices and teetering canyons not only dwarfed us literally, but figuratively by its sheer beauty. Here a few glimpses of our journey there.
Rodney likes to film on his free time and make videos of the world as he sees it. When he’s not recording, he surfs digital clouds at Multibrain, developing software and overseeing company operations. He likes to relax with a good scotch, but occasionally you’ll find him running marathons, competing in triathlons, snowboarding, unicycling, playing the piano, or nurturing his overbearing love for his German Shepherd, Helix. Rodney is an FAA licensed Unmanned Aircraft Pilot and is currently working to get his private pilot license. Rodney graduated from USC with degrees nothing related to anything above, but bleeds cardinal and gold nonetheless.
FAA Registered UAS
FAA Remote Pilot Airman w/ Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rating
Panasonic Lumix GH5
Lumix vario 12-35mm f2.8 lens
Lumix Vario 35-100mm f2.8 lens
Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 ASPH. POWER O.I.S. Lens
DJI Phantom 4 Drone
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Adobe After Effects CC
Shieldaig Speyside 18 Year Single Malt Whiskey