Linda and I have been traveling for more than four years as I write. In many ways, it feels like a lifetime. I can barely remember what it was like to live in a house and go to a regular job every day. If and when the day comes where we will have to give it all up, it'll probably be one of the most difficult transitions I'll ever make.
I've had some amazing opportunities to photograph this beautiful country since we began our great adventure. I never lose sight of how lucky I am to be able to immerse myself in nature, free from the stresses of an ordinary life. Before I became a photographer, I was a cinematographer, working with my partner Glenn to produce documentaries, music videos and short films. I have recently returned to shooting video and wanted to create something meaningful, something that would highlight this amazing life. The resulting film called "An Uncluttered World" has resonated with many people, most notably fulltimers and some even featured it on their own blogs.
In the film, I refer to the lucky few and I think all of us who are living on the road fit that description. I hope you enjoy it, click below to watch.