Casey Neistat: maverick filmmaker

Casey Neistat dropped out of high school at 15, became a ‘professional dishwasher’, and now makes some of the most-watched films on YouTube. This film from Design Indaba tells his story

Casey Neistat dropped out of high school at 15, became a ‘professional dishwasher’, and now makes some of the most-watched films on YouTube. This film from Design Indaba tells his story

 

 

In one of his best-known shorts, Neistat vividly demonstrated the problem’s with bike lanes in New York City

 

The Design Indaba 2015 conference takes place in Cape Town from February 25 to 27. Full details of the speaker line-up are available here

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