LAND ROVER: #UNDISCOVERED

Even in our technology-saturated, on-demand world, there’s much to be discovered. Our video series for Land Rover highlighted young individuals who fully embrace and truly understand the richness of the world around them. “Undiscovered” is about shared moments of awe—it’s not about an adrenaline rush. Whether hiking into a remote desert for a jaw-dropping view of the Night Sky or sharing an impossible-to- replicate Mealsharing experience, these treasured moments are fueled by curiosity and a thirst for discovery.

VIDEO: BRIDGE TO THE STARS

On the night of a new moon in Southern Utah, a local guide, photographer and astrophysicist team up to find the best location to view a Class 1 Sky, among the Earth’s darkest, for a spectacular view of the universe.

VIDEO: SURF TO SOIL

To discover the freshest ingredients, you need to go to the source. Here, five strangers set out from Brooklyn on a meal sharing adventure that leads them to a farm in the black dirt region of Goshen, New York.

 

#UNDISCOVERED: INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE 

UNDISCOVERED WATERCOOLER

#UNDISCOVERED content was aggregated into a fully responsive multimedia experience, which lived on the Land Rover website. Bonus video featurettes, articles, tutorials, social feeds and more were included in addition to the main video features.

INFOGRAPHIC: 7 SECRETS OF STARGAZING

7 SECRETS TO STARGAZING

NIGHT SKY BONUS VIDEO

Photographer Forest Woodward provides tips for capturing a night sky.

Stargazing tips from astronomer Paul Robinson.

Explorer Caroline Gleich explains how to plan for your next adventure.

MEAL SHARING ADDITIONAL CONTENT

Chef Camille on the value of locally sourced food.

Chef Schuchi on how to spice up your cooking.

How to get the best food photos with your smartphone, from photographer Daniel.

 

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW TO SELECT THE PERFECT MEAL SHARING EXPERIENCE

LAND ROVER: MEAL SHARING DECISION TREE

 

ARTICLE: 5 WAYS TO MEAL SHARE

LAND ROVER: 5 WAYS TO MEAL SHARE

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