This is the final Naish Kites segment following Anna Campbell and Shawn Richman as they adventure in Kenya to raise awareness of elephant poaching. They reach their pinnacle by kite boarding on the beautiful Lake Michaelson surrounded by crater walls on Mt. Kenya.
This completes the story following a middle school chorus from Queens New York and their director Mr. Estreicher as they record the song that he wrote for them “Rise Up and Sing” at Avatar Studios in Manhattan.
This continues to follow Anna Campbell and Shawn Richman as Anna tries to break the record for high altitude kiting to raise awareness of elephant poaching for ivory in Kenya. Watch as they kite board on beautiful Lake Ellis and Lake Alice on Mt. Kenya before reaching breath-taking Mt. Michaelson.
This video was made as part of the partnership between Justin James and “All Hands Volunteers”. It showcases the amazing work of All Hands as well as the music of Justin James.
100% of the iTunes sales of the song “One Beating Heart” are donated to All Hands Volunteers and 100% of all donations to All Hands go directly to people whose lives have been devastated by disasters.
A continuation of Jimmy Carter’s interview with Will Smith following the release of his film “Enemy of the State.” Hear them touch on subjects such as raising kids and setting goals, among many laughs.
This song by talented singer-pianist Tori Amos was apparently inspired by an Alice Walker novel and explores conflicts and betrayal between women. It may also have been an ironic commentary on her role in an earlier 1987 Cornflakes commercial. You decide: Is Tori really a raisin girl? Bon appetit!
American rock band Green Day released their hit song “Good Riddance” on their fifth album Nimrod in 1997. The story goes that lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong had written it years prior, but took three years to share it with band mates, and then it was a few more years before it was included on an album.
Naishkites: Kick off your shoes and continue through Kenya alongside Shawn Richman and Anna Campbell as they further explore uncharted territories in wild, untamed Kenya. Whether it’s Enduro riding, SUPing with locals from the Maasai tribe, or setting new world records on Mt. Kenya, they do it all.
Prepare to see Kenya like you’ve never seen it before!
This is the end product, the video put together to go with PS 127’s (a Queens New York public middle school) recording of “Rise Up and Sing,” a song their chorus teacher wrote for them and helped them record at Avatar Studios in Manhattan.
Naish Kiteboarding TV: This follows up on the Red Bull King of the Air competition winner Jesse Richmond, and the others from team Naish who participated including his brother Shawn Richmond and Jalou and Kevin Langeree. Robby Naish describes team Naish and their special DNA, that they love and live kiteboarding!