To launch my company Geek and Sundry in 2011, I wanted to include a weekly show I created and hosted, because it seemed like a fun creative project for me, and would help grow the channel. I came up with a show called "The Flog" that was basically a traditional YouTube vlog on steroids. Each week I curated content and experienced new things, like cooking weird recipes and learning to drive a bulldozer, to playing weird games with my brother. You name it, I did it.
After the first year, we ended the series, and I moved on to do a show called "Co-Optitude" with my brother instead. We only had two other people to do everything with me for the show, and I aimed to keep the production level quite high, so it became too much to keep up with, budget-wise and manpower-wise. Even though I couldn't balance it out with acting on TV and producing all the other shows on Geek and Sundry, I love every video we made!
And, at the end of the day, someone being terrified of a trapeze lesson doesn’t really have an expiration date. So check some of the videos out, I promise you will chuckle :)