First Time In Copenhagen: What You Should See and Do.

Episode 001 of my new series Stay Curious. Copenhagen’s Hidden Secret Our Copenhagen AirBnb: The Gear I Use // …

14 thoughts on “First Time In Copenhagen: What You Should See and Do.

  1. Aspect Science says:

    Dude. This was cleaaaan. Loved it. And worth the wait, I’m stoked that you took the time to make sure it was feeling right for you! Loved the motion graphics too – I’m going to have to steal some ideas from you on that front ????!

    Looking forward to see more of your link form YouTube content!

  2. DrDewott says:

    Great video mate. I myself live in Copenhagen (well not officially. I technically live in a village about 25 miles and an hour's commute from the city centre but still) and it was nice to see my city get this kind of positive spotlight. Copenhageners sure have complaints about their city but compared to stuff in the rest of the world it's really just mostly minor stuff, like how the construction of a new Subway line has disrupted the cityscape for an entire decade now (good thing it's supposed to open in July now (after 2 years of delay)

  3. Cynthia Kimola says:

    Great video as always and I didn't about the steps they've taken to lower the carbon footprint but its quite impressive. Now makes my planned trip so exciting Your editing is impressive – to many more videos!

  4. Ariel Viera says:

    Andy, this is beautiful! Love your presentation and editing kept the pace at breakneck speed while feeling calm. Also the motion graphics are pure FIRE! This is Vox meets Kraig Adams level! Can’t wait for the next!

  5. Tom Baker says:

    Great work man, informative and fun. Definitely set your bar high for future videos . Hopefully it doesn't stop you from uploading consistently. Can deffo see Johnny & Iz inspiration in your work. Keep it up!

  6. Katwa says:

    The waiting is over. I really love it, man! Great perspective and also I'm excited for the new platform! Thanks for the inspiration and keep up the good work as you usually do!

  7. Kimi Ural says:

    Great work! Love the video overall! Personally I think some transitions were a little bit too much but that might just be from my point of view, most transitions and shots linked very well though! ???? I’m glad you’re finally on YouTube! I’ve been waiting for that since I first met you in Australia ???? P.S. When I went to Copenhagen I would have loved to jump in the harbour but It was just too cold for me ????

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