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New blog-based docureality series inspired by the streets of New York City

Spring is in the air, but millions of Americans are stuck inside their office all day. To bring a little life and vitality from the outside in, there’s http://www.idonothingallday.com, a new blog-based docureality video series capturing the sights, sounds and fashion savvy on the everyday streets of one of the most vibrant cities in America.

Idonothingallday.com features short video clips published everyday that offers a voyeuristic view of New York City, with a focus on capturing footage of the beautiful, the well-dressed, the barely dressed, and the extraordinary women you can find walking down the streets of New York City.

The eye behind the camera is the founder of I Do Nothing All Day Productions, Patrick Sell. Mr. Sell is a native New Yorker who views his hometown as the inspiration for his online content.

Mr. Sell says, “Idonothing.com mixes together the explosion of online video with the popularity of reality television. This started out as a project to simply document what I see in an honest, unfiltered way, but it’s turned into something others want to see too - the people, up-to-the-minute fashion and famous places of New York City only a click away 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”

About I Do Nothing All Day Productions

I Do Nothing All Day (IDNAD) is a small-sized production house based in New York City. Founded in May 2006, I Do Nothing All Day’s vision is to document raw and real beauty, truth and emotions in life. Current footage takes place with consent from the “filmee.”


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