Casey Neistat Biography
Casey Neistat born as Casey Owen Neistat is an American YouTube personality, vlogger filmmaker and co-founder of the multimedia company Beme, which was later acquired by CNN. In 2018, he established 368, an innovative space for makers to team up and impact one another.
Casey Neistat was destined to a Jewish family in Gales Ferry, Connecticut on March 25, 1981. Neistat was raised in the change convention of Judaism. He dropped out of secondary school during his sophomore year at 17 years old and did not come back to class, nor graduate.
He, in the long run, left his family and had a child named Owen, at age 17, with his then-sweetheart Robin Harris, in 1998. Between the age of 17 and 20, from 1998 to 2001, he lived in a trailer park with Harris and Owen. It was during this time Neistat chosen to move to New York City. Prior to moving to New York City, Neistat filled in as a dishwasher at a fish eatery and was a short-request cook in Mystic, Connecticut.
Casey Neistat Age
Neistat was born on March 25, 1981, in Gales Ferry, Connecticut, U.S. He is 38 years old as of 2019
Casey Neistat Family
He was born to Amy Neistat and Barry Neistat. He has two brothers Van Neistat and Dean Neistat, and a sister Jordan Neistat. He is the grandson of Louise Neista, a former tap dancer and one of the Radio City Music Hall’s Rockettes during World War II
Casey Neistat Wife
He is a married man. He is married to Candice Pool. The couple first eloped to in Houston, Texas. The marriage ended with an annulment. The couple reconciles and engaged on February 18, 2013. They married in a Jewish wedding service in Cape Town, South Africa. They together have two daughters, Francine Neistat and Georgie Neistat.
Casey Neistat Height | Weight
He stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in or 178 cm tall. He weighs 172 lbs or 78 kg
Casey Neistat 368
On April 5, 2018, Neistat reported another venture: 368 (named after its location, 368 Broadway, New York), an inventive space for makers to collaborate. On April 12, CEO of Patreon Jack Conte declared a potential coordinated effort with Neistat on the undertaking
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On June 7, 2011, Neistat criticized the New York City Police Department’s ticketing of cyclists in New York City for riding outside of the marked bike lanes. In a video titled “Bike Lanes”, Neistat encounters an officer and receives a $50 ticket for not riding within the lanes.
Neistat then proceeds to comically ride his bike in the plane crashing into various obstructions, supporting the argument that lanes aren’t the safest at all times and are even sometimes unusable. In response, New York Magazine called Neistat a “Bike-Lane Vigilante” and the film was covered by most mainstream media outlets. Additionally, Time named “Bike Lanes” number 8 on their Top 10 Creative Videos of 2011 list. In 2014, Neistat was listed on New Media Rockstars Top 100 Channels, ranked at #82
Casey Neistat Make It Count
Make It Count is a video written, directed, and starring Neistat, for Nike. The video begins with scrolling text that reads “Nike asked me to make a movie about what it means to #makeitcount. Instead of making their movie I spent the entire budget traveling around the world with my friend Max. We’d keep going until the money ran out. It took 10 days.” The video then begins in earnest with Neistat and his collaborator Max Joseph traveling to the airport.
Fast editing of their travels with interludes of inspirational quotes make up the film ultimately ending with Neistat returning to New York City where the story began. On April 8, 2012, Nike launched the video on their official YouTube page titled “Make It Count”. The next day Neistat launched the video on his official YouTube.
Neistat’s posting went viral, as within the first three days the film garnered over one and a half million views. A number of mainstream outlets referred to Neistat’s production of the film as ‘going rogue’ including CNNGo, Fast Company, and Conde Nast Traveler.
Casey Neistat Net Worth
He reached 1 million subscribers on August 23, 2015, which increased to 4 million by August 2016, 5 million by October 2016, 6 million by December 2016, 7 million by April 2017, then 8 million by October 2017, 9 million by February 2018, 10 million by July 2018, and 11 million by March 2019. His net worth is estimated to be around $16 million dollars
Casey Neistat Beme
In a July 8, 2015 video blog, Neistat declared that he had been working with Matt Hackett on structure a video sharing application called Beme. Planned as an option in contrast to an exceptionally altered substance found in online networking, the application empowered clients to create unedited four-second recordings, which were promptly transferred and imparted to the client’s endorsers, without the capacity to survey the video.
Clients could react to the shared substance by sending “Responses”, photos of themselves, back to the video uploader. Beme discharged the primary form of the application on July 17, 2015.
Soon after the dispatch, BuzzFeed portrayed Beme’s moderate plan as “Misleadingly basic and quite bizarre.” The New York Times clarified that Beme’s client experience was “As though the telephone turns into remain in for one’s body, the camera confronting outward to catch what the client is encountering.” Within eight days of the application’s discharge, Beme clients had shared 1.1 million recordings and logged 2.4 million responses.
On November 28, 2016, CNN declared that it would secure Beme, allegedly for the US $25 million and on November 29, 2016, Hackett reported by means of an email to its clients that the application would close down on January 31, 2017. On January 25, 2018, at 8:50 am, Neistat distributed a YouTube video entitled “Beme Update”, in which Neistat declared that he and Hackett had cut off their ties with CNN. Neistat said that he nor was terminated nor quit, however, that he and CNN had arrived at a common consent to never again cooperate.
Neistat proceeded to express that he censured himself for the disappointment and was pitiful that individuals from the Beme media group would never again be utilized by CNN. He expelled the video from his YouTube channel at 9:30 am. He at that point transferred a lot shorter and changed video, “Proceeding onward from Beme”, in which he made light of the references to his disappointments and inadequacies in the recently transferred and expelled video.
Beme was expelled from the iOS App Store and Google Play Store on January 31, 2017…
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