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In this 2 part episode of the PVC podcast, Scott sits down with adventure filmmaker Philip Grossman to talk in detail about his travels into some of the most remote parts of the world. They talk not just about the cameras and filmmaking gear that Philip relies on but also about the travel gear he uses to make these adventures possible.

Check out Philip's Instagram (@pgp.images) Twitter (@PGPImages) & Website (https://www.philipgrossman.com/)

Like the podcast? Leave us a review on your favorite podcast app!

If you have questions hit us up on Twitter at @Provideo

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