Gear I Use

One of my favorite obsessions is watching or reading about the gear other people use. I’ve watched almost every “What’s in my tech bag” video on YouTube, it feels like, and I’m always prowling blog posts that detail what someone is using. In case there’s anybody out there that is as interested in these things as I am, here’s an overview of the gear that I use to make videos, write both blog posts and code, and generally mess around on the internet.

Home Office 1 (the Netherlands)

A photo of my home office on any given day

Edit: After a reader suggested I provide links to these items, I’ve included them below, and some are affiliate links. You are under no obligation to click these links, but if you do, I get a tiny percentage of the sale. Thanks!

Video production gear

Not on desk

On desk

Not pictured but in frequent use

Other tech

Non-tech gear

A photo of my the things on my desk

Non-video gear on my desk

I already listed the video-related gear on my desk in the first section above, but here’s everything else.

Home Office 2 (Portugal)

I live between two countries: the Netherlands and Portugal. Since I spend a few months in each place, that also means I need a place to work in each apartment! My home office in Portugal is larger but definitely less well-equipped. It’s a little embarrassing, but I thought it would be interesting to show a more realistic, in-progress setup.

A photo of my home office in Portugal

Why yes, I do indeed have clothes hanging on a rack behind my desk to try and soak up sound.



Not pictured

My everyday carry

What about what I carry every day?

My Remote Working Tech Bag

If I need to go somewhere to work, my EDC bag won’t cut it! Here’s what I bring with me to work and play remotely:

My Remote Work Setup for a month

Here’s what I bring with me when I need to be able to work while travelling continuously for a month. This setup lets me create videos, run livestreams, do programming work, and do presentations at conferences with minimal bulk and maximal functionality.

Snapshot of my actual setup at a hotel in Frankfurt