I’ve been on some amazing adventures, but this next one might just be the most audacious one yet. How else would you describe a 14-day, 3000 km adventure across India in a 7-horsepower rickshaw?
“I’m going to Corbin, Kentucky – the birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken.” As soon as those words left my mouth, there was an understanding between me and my friend, Danielle, that this was something important.
It’s been about 4 years, 7 months and 18 days since I’ve used a slider. We have a complicated relationship. I love the shots a good slide can produce, but in my travels, I can rarely justify carrying the extra weight and equipment to get that shot.
I’ll be the first to admit that I have way too many backpacks. I’ve got one for backcountry hiking, one for backpacking, one for all my cameras, one for one of my camera, one for my cameras if I want no one to steal it and even one that I can pack inside my other packs.
As a traveler and filmmaker, I strive to capture the beauty of what I come across in my journey and then put it together in a way that allows the viewer to be completely immersed and lost in the sights and sounds of the end product.
There are days for adventure and excitement, the ones with stories you share over a beer and reminisce about from time to time.