Yestervid is my Youtube channel that specializes in archive film mashups.  The channel has 70,000 subscribers and over 25 million views.

I’m a closet historical film buff and spend a bit of time in the film archives discovering charming human stories and amazing nostalgic gems.

The films seem to have struck a chord with many people and are enjoyed by those with a love for culture, nostalgia, environment and history.

A few of the video titles are:

Extinct Animals On Film

The Oldest Footage of New York City ever

How far back in time could you go and  still understand English?

Oldest Native American footage

Hey, one of my videos even got shared by Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk, The Avengers, Shutter Island)…

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Here’s the channel promo video:

Press REVIEWS

Huff Post

Huffington Post

“Remarkable video”

Paul Vale, Huffington Post UK

April 23, 2015

New York Post

NEW YORK POST

“Glorious… dramatic video”

Fahima Haque, New York Post

March 4, 2015

ITV News

ITV NEWS

“Extraordinary video”

ITV News

April 27, 2015

Daily Mail Online

DAILY MAIL ONLINE

“amazing footage gives an incredible view into what the city was like a century ago.”

Myriah Towner, Daily Mail Online

March 5 2015

London Evening Standard

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

“…breathtaking film”

Ramzy Alwakeel, London Evening Standard

25 April 2015

Daily Mirror

DAILY MIRROR

“Amazing… astonishing… fascinating video”

Kara O’Neill, Daily Mirror

April 23, 2015

Gothamist

GOTHAMIST

“I think it’s pretty fishy…

Jen Carlson

March 5, 2015

Open Culture

OPEN CULTURE

charming then vs. now video”

Ted Mills, Open Culture

April 23, 2015

Urban Matter

URBAN MATTER

“…astonishing footage from other cities, extinct animals, verified clips of the Titanic”

Michael Norris, Urban Matter

Jan 5, 2016