What I enjoy most in my life is traveling. Through traveling, you visit new places, meet new people, see the world outside of what you might imagine it being, and so many other perks come with it. The only downside to traveling is that once you start, it’s almost impossible to stop, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
The last three years, I’ve been busy pursuing a career in video and photography, with an emphasis on sports, lifestyle, and landscapes. Through pursuing this career it’s taken me all across the globe – from China to many countries in South America and out to Eastern Europe.
The highs you get from being on the go are constant through these trips. I’m not a morning person, but when on the road, I can’t help but to be up early capturing the best light for landscapes. I love seeing how different each culture is, how the people interact with one another, and how old traditions hold. The greatest things I like from traveling are the stories you create, and the way it can shape your views on life.
The hardest part that comes with traveling for me is once its finished. You adjust physically and mentally after being gone from home for so long. The friends you meet along the way you miss being with. A lesson I wish I learned earlier as a photographer is that I wish I was more organized with sorting my images. It helps make post life easier and quicker once you’re home!
Here are some images and my 2014 video reel of work I’ve done over the last two years. I don’t think I’ll ever stop traveling, whether abroad or domestic, because there is always something new to discover.