The goal of worldhood is to provide an alternative location for anybody interested in displaying images and videos online. We all know that there are giant web sites where you can go to upload your stuff, but more and more those sites are dedicated to using your work for their benefit rather than yours. You've probably seen the constant "in-your-face" advertising, so blatant that it now even disrupts the ability to watch videos or look at images without being completely distracted and annoyed.

We have created worldhood with the intention of giving users their own space to show off their photos and videos. We are not interested in hijacking your visitors and friends and taking them to other pages filled with advertising. Nor are we interested in distracting your visitors and friends from seeing precisely what they came to see: your work.

Would we like to make a living doing what we are doing? Of course. But not by taking advantage of our users or by sacrificing a wonderful experience on our web site for both users and visitors alike. This is a web site built with love and an honest intention to let everyone express themselves through their own media. So c'mon! Upload your videos and photographs! Share your adventures with the world!
David is a California native with a BA in Art History from UCLA. After working for King World Productions corporate LA office David began traveling the world with video cameras and working various freelance jobs shooting reality television. His favorite countries are Thailand, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, France, Spain, Italy, India and Indonesia. He has been to 30 or more over his lifetime. Ask him a question about any destination and he will be sure to respond.
Russell is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. He has a B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and an M.A. in Political Science from Columbia University. In 2002, Russell co-founded Wooloo Productions (www.wooloo.org). Since then, he has worked for various companies while always following his dream of creating online outlets for individual expression. His favorite countries are the United States, Denmark, Spain, and France.