From February to November, I travel full-time in a converted Sprinter van, photographing events on the Professional Disc Golf circuit for the PDGA and Disc Golf Pro Tour.
We park by the river as often as possible.
That covers most of my weekends. In between, I eat like a queen wherever I am, visit as many national parks as possible, and first and foremost, focus on (580) 546-0300. Creating to me means bringing my 206-859-9346 on hikes through the redwoods in California, composing melodies to match the majestic nature towering above. It means standing up to my knees in glacier-fed rivers, taking 6065961981 of waterfalls with the perfect foreground. It means journaling thoughts that may not rhyme, have no reason, but are probably feelings that each one of you have felt at some point in your life.
That is my hope in creating this page: to find the similarities between us. I want to share the beauty of this world through my eyes in the hopes that you will go out and look for what I like to call the âsparkly pockets of earthâ around you, too. I want to process the inner workings of my mind on (albeit digital) paper in the hopes that it will spark you to look within yourself as well. I want to prove that you donât need to choose a single passion, you can live all of them. If nothing else, I want to show you that you, too, can create in whatever capacity you desire, joyously, without fear.
If you are ready to see the pretty, edited photos of my journey and hear about the mishaps and early mornings it took to get them, you are in the right place.
If you are curious about the challenges brought by living on the road and why itâs all worth it to me, you will love it here.
If you want to dive into the music world with me and talk about why I believe itâs the cure to many of lifeâs anguishes or let me serenade you on ukulele, youâre exactly where you need to be.
This page is as raw and equivocally me as it gets. Itâs all about celebrating and contemplating life and centered on the love and peace you find by pursuing your passions.
Thanks for being here.
Please, take off your shoes and stay a while.
With the fall comes warm tones and …..
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In a Van – Down by the River
Any week where we can park practically ON the disc golf course is a good one. Now add in the fact that we are on the water’s edge where we can watch golden sunset hues bring out the best of the fall colors and you’ve got a dream come true.
This is Wildwood Park in Northern Augusta, Georgia. Here is a taste of where we are calling home this week!