Casey Neistat Uses Drawings to Tell the Story of His Eventful Life in a Thought-Provoking Short Film

In the charming and thought-provoking short film “Draw My Life,” filmmaker Casey Neistat (previously) employs drawings to tell the story of his remarkably eventful life, from his tumultuous early years to his success as a New York City-based YouTube auteur. The drawings are by artist Kim Smith, and the film’s music is by Jordan Galland. The film was created with the support of The Nantucket Project and Harbers Studios.