Amidst a conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, I found myself in a country I knew next to nothing about. Aside from being near Vietnam and once housing one of the darkest genocides in human history, you don’t hear a lot about it. But during a short afternoon I had free, I set out to explore… Read More Shall We Gather at the River?
A 48-hour transit to the other side of the world? You best believe I documented the entire thing.… Read More 48-Hour Transit: A Journal Across the World
When four world travelers came to visit, I wanted to give them a true southern experience, but I found a new perception of my home along the way.… Read More When Sailors Come South
You can’t live in a different country for half a year and not assimilate into its culture somehow. This is how an American went British… sort of.… Read More Going British
For six months, I have lived and worked in a daydream. In a fairy tale of a place in the English midlands. In a mansion filled with unique souls, coming and going as they experience what the world has to offer. And with them, I have tasted a sweet piece of the world as well.… Read More Cheerio
Inspired by a life-fulfilling stroll, courtesy of Llandudno, Wales.… Read More An Ode to Wales
October 18, 2014 Friends. Romans. Countrymen. Lend me your ear. They say all roads lead there. They say power was invented there. They say when you’re there, you should do as they do. I had a few hours to see this timeless place, but just as they say that Rome wasn’t built in a day,… Read More When in Rome