James Kelly Hunts For Hills and Volunteers for Right To Play in Lebanon

James Kelly made a visit to Lebanon in October 2015 and met up with Travis Beard (Argus Productions) in support of humanitarian efforts and to promote healthy lifestyles through skateboarding / longboarding to underprivileged and refugee Syrian, Palestinian and Lebanese youth alongside UNESCO and Right to Play. [You can find out more about the project here.]

While on the trip, James also tackled the country’s highest mountain roads, skating only kilometers from the Syrian border. Please watch parts 1, 2 & 3 of his tour.

Part 1 – Hunting for Hills

Part 2 – Are There Hills in Lebanon

Part 3 – Like Flying

More details:

James Kelly is a professional skateboarder and World Champion downhill racer sponsored by Arbor Skateboards, Caliber Truck Co, Blood Orange Skate, Rider Approved Designs and Daddies Boardshop.


Argus Productions and Travis Beard specialize in video and still production and events management. Argus works in the news, diplomatic and aid industry, providing high quality media production for VIP visits, project documentation, information-videos and arts and sporting events. Argus now focuses the majority of our projects on youth based projects, with particular focus on psycho-social-healing activities in the Middle East.

Right to Play helps 14,400 volunteer Coaches reach one million children, weekly in three key areas: quality education, staying healthy and building peaceful communities.

UNESCO is known as the “intellectual” agency of the United Nations. At a time when the world is looking for new ways to build peace and sustainable development, people must rely on the power of intelligence to innovate, expand their horizons and sustain the hope of a new humanism. UNESCO exists to bring this creative intelligence to life; for it is in the minds of men and women that the defences of peace and the conditions for sustainable development must be built.[You can find out more about the project here.]