Photo Of The Week: Sherpa Dance


The Place In the Solukhumbu Region of Nepal sits a small village called Sibuje. It is perched on top of a hill overlooking a beautiful valley, with dazzling peaks as it’s back drop.The land is filled with rows of buckwheat fields, cows, green grass and teahouses. There is a small but beautiful monastery and school … Continue reading Photo Of The Week: Sherpa Dance

Photo Of The Week: Sacred River


Photography, like any type of creative medium, has the power to tell stories, move you to action, or spark emotions in those who look upon it. Photography also has the unique ability to transport the observer to moments, places, and experiences that they might be thousands of miles from. We believe in the power of … Continue reading Photo Of The Week: Sacred River

Photo Of The Week: Morning Light


Photography, like any type of creative medium, has the power to tell stories, move you to action, or spark emotions in those who look upon it. Photography also has the unique ability to transport the observer to moments, places, and experiences that they might be thousands of miles from. We believe in the power of … Continue reading Photo Of The Week: Morning Light

5 Myths Busted On My First Trip To Kenya


When I think about my first trip overseas I cringe at all the things I did not know and the ridiculous stereotypes I thought about Kenya, Africa, and the world at large.Thinking back at that time, I realized how much of a bubble I had lived in up to that point. Before that first trip … Continue reading 5 Myths Busted On My First Trip To Kenya

Finding Humor When Travel Goes Wrong


Traveling is such a joy and something I value deeply in my life, so I felt conflicted when thinking of writing this post. I want to present travel in its best light to help as many people as I can take the leap to go on their travel journey. But we all know at times … Continue reading Finding Humor When Travel Goes Wrong