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Hello! I am a documentary film-maker and photographer who has traveled as a volunteer to help promote non-profit organizations. Along the way I've also visited amazing places and eco-tourism lodges and have had some lucky encounters with animals (and some not so lucky). By volunteering I have gotten to work with the Galápagos National Park, PeruVerde, Sustainable Bolivia, Energetica, Mosoj Yan, and National Geographic. I'm trying to help these organizations attract more attention and donations to their website, so thanks for watching and please help me spread the word about these organizations that are working to stop deforestation, preserve delicate ecosystems, research sustainable means for energy development, and rescue children from the perils of life on the street.
I grew up in Oregon and have always loved the outdoors and saying hello.
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Trujillo, Peru I think the desert would have been just as bland if we weren’t in our 34th hour of traveling. We’re in the colonial contradiction of a town of Trujillo, named after Francisco Pizarro’s hometown of the similarly barren … Continue reading
We did not come to Guayaquil to see the place. Ecuador’s main port, Guayaquil gets its name from the muddy, dark Guayas River that froths by the shacks and modern buildings of the city. It’s more dangerous than Quito and crowded, even if it … Continue reading
Santa Ana and Visquije en Medio, Ecuador Have you ever felt like you’re being held hostage by incredibly nice people? When you’re catered to by kind folk stumbling in their generosity and you feel bad for saying no but they give to you regardless, and … Continue reading
Today has had it´s share of yelling. ”Valo-Otaval-vamosaotavalo!” yelled the bus steward all morning as I tried to sleep. ”Cuarenta-cuarenta naranjas para cuaren–un dolar naranjas un dolar!” Can you guess where I made I contact with the orange-seller? Right in … Continue reading