Some are people born restless. The society, the culture, the world we live in would make you feel shame for this. That somehow the intrinsic, uncontrollable need to move is a character flaw, a selfish desire rooted in the longing to run away or live a life of leisure. I challenge that. For those of … Continue reading Some People Are Born Restless
Images are a very personal thing to me. Even though I enjoy sharing them with people and seeing people’s joy when they connect with a picture, in my soul my photographs are deeply personal. They freeze moments of life, capture for me something fleeting and momentary so that I can hold on to it. When … Continue reading Behind The Image: Stories From A Travel Photographer
There are so many articles out there about how to pack. What to pack. What not to pack. When to pack. What pack to use. It goes on and on. So we decided to add to the chaos, with one little twist. This is not just about what or how to pack, but why the … Continue reading This Is Not Another “How To Pack Light” Article. Sort of.
At its core travel is about me. It’s about wanting to do something, see something, or get away from something. Travel is privilege as well. Most of the population won’t ever get to visit the far reaches of Patagonia or the high peaks of the Himalaya. We are privileged to even consider doing it. But … Continue reading Be The Revolution: 5 Ways To Make Your Travel A Revolutionary Act
“Oh, that sounds amazing, I wish I could afford to travel.” “Once I am done with X thing, then I can travel.” “If only I had more time I could go some places.” These are common statements that float around our society like leaves on a breeze, accepted as truth and restated with the commonality … Continue reading Shifting The Social Narrative Of The Travel Life