Web Designer • Photographer • Travel Writer
Armchair adventure during limited times
Passionate about seeing the world, travel gives me the chance to grow with every reef I explore, local I stay with and flavor that bursts in my mouth.
Combining my talent for web design with my photography skills and passionate storytelling, I’ve built this website to share my stories, tips and photographs - and now to inspire others during these limited times.
From exploring the most bio-diverse jungle on the planet to diving exotic spots in Asia – hitting up the Arctic Circle in between – I've been pursuing unique travel opportunities across the globe, documenting my adventures and impressions along the way.
So if you’re stuck inside and can't explore the world this instant, enjoy exploring my site – and whether another fervent traveler or seeking advice, please feel free to drop me a line!
Pang Mapha, Thailand
"Suddenly we stopped, seemingly at a dead end. There was a tiny hole in the wall which I eyed skeptically. Stuffing my belongings into my dry bag, we got onto our stomachs.
I squeezed my body down onto the rocky floor of the cave, painfully crawling over rocks. Crouching low, we plunged into the frigid water, squeezing between rocks unseen under the surface, water up to our necks."
"Waves slammed into the tiny vessel with such force it seemed the boat would break to pieces. My nausea making a rude comeback, I struggled to find the trusty horizon, but to my despair we couldn’t even see through the windows.
As the menacing waves crashed over our boat, the driver’s wipers futile efforts seemed almost comical.. And then – right there in the middle of the ferocious ocean – the engine broke down."
Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia
Border of Burma & Thailand
"Bamboo split open to use as serving trays laid on the ground next to carved bowls, cups and utensils. We prepared dinner together: water was poured over various vegetables and meat, then left to boil in a bamboo tube, leaning fireside to make soup.
I scooped handfuls of rice onto banana leaves, wrapped them with string and inserted them into another water filled bamboo tube to cook.
Admiring the cute little bamboo shot glasses I poured us all moonshine shots and we feasted! Seemingly suddenly, the night enveloped the jungle and bamboo lanterns were quickly carved."