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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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April, 2011 By the time I got home to Oregon it was obvious that the injections I got in Bolivia were not winning the battle. I met with my travel doctor and brought the drugs I got from Bolivia: the … Continue reading
March 8-12, 2011 After getting robbed in Carnaval, after exposing an infection on my face to booze, cold, crowds, and open air at Carnaval, after having the time of my life at Carnaval, the repercussions of our blended fortunes fell … Continue reading
March 5 & 6, 2011 Carnaval in Oruro is THE Place to be for the beginning of Lent in Bolivia. After we finished our volunteer projects, we went with 50 others from Sustainable Bolivia to the gem of Bolivia. Oruro … Continue reading
February 7 through March 4, 2011 Some how we made it back from Uyuni. It wasn’t easy – that’s for sure! Our train that was supposed to leave at 1AM didn’t leave until 10AM the next morning. Not that I’m … Continue reading
February 3 through February 7, 2011 My first step on this nightmarish journey through Leishmania began in a fittingly surreal location: the Salt Flats of Uyuni. Shalynn and I left the jungles of Manu in early January to travel on … Continue reading