Quarantine has given me a lot of extra spare time, and I’ve been trying to use it to my creative advantage.
A few days ago, my friend Tony and I went to check out a local wreck off the beach in Koh Tao.
Obviously, we took extra precautions to be safe during this crazy time with the Coronavirus spreading like crazy. While there are still 0 reported cases on Koh Tao, we we didn’t want to take any chances.
With that being said, Tony (@tones.of.blue on Insta!) did an epic job filming and editing this fun little piece. Check it out.
Being inside so much lately, I’ve had a lot of time to make some long overdue phone calls. There’s been one common reoccurring question: What is life like over in Thailand, living on your little island, during all of this chaos? The answer: surprisingly peaceful.Continue reading “TRAPPED ON AN ISLAND IN THAILAND – WITHOUT CORONAVIRUS”
Long overdue, this is a snippet of my time adventuring in the Daintree Rainforest. A place of natural beauty, simple living, and incredible people, a part of my heart with always stay in the Daintree.
Check out some of my other written pieces to get a better feel of this amazing place I fell in love with!
- Lessons from the Daintree Rainforest
- Life in the Rainforest… Actually
- Escaping Reality in the Daintree Rainforest
- Update: 2 Months Abroad
Found these little guys on our way up to the Daintree Rainforest. Had a bit of fun just putting a few clips together.Continue reading “Granite Gorge Wallabies”
When I was younger, I wanted to be a marine biologist so I could swim with dolphins and spend my days on the water. Sadly, I came to the realization that that’s isn’t exactly what marine biologists do…
While those hopes may have been shattered, I did finally get to live out my dream of swimming with dolphins! In Kaikoura, New Zealand, we went out on a tour that was more than I ever could have hoped for. We spent an hour on the boat looking for a pod of dolphins, keeping an eye out for any splashing or fins. When we finally found them, they plopped us right into the water and off we went.
It’s more than I’ll ever be able to explain with words, so I put together this little video of my once in a lifetime experience. It still doesn’t do the experience justice, but it gives you a good idea of just how magical it was.
July 11 has rapidly crept up on me, and in just about a week I will be leaving for the adventure of a lifetime. It feels like the timing is right for me to share this little goodbye video I put together for my friends and family. It has certainly made me realize how lucky I am to have such positive, strong, supportive people in my life. Goodbye will be hard, but I’m thankful to have a home that’s hard to leave.
For all of you festival lovers out there, this is a quick glance at some of my favorite moments from Firefly Music Festival 2018.
It’s been a crazy few months, to say the least. This previous semester (and past 3 years?!?) has absolutely flown by, and it was going home for winter break that made me realize how we take the slow moments for granted. Reading in the evenings, watching the sunset, making dinner. These are the times that really make life special. If nothing else, January will always be for embracing slow moments.
Another video project. This one uses a focus on sound to demonstrate how stress can warp your sense of reality. By building and overlapping sound, the viewer can start to understand how overwhelmed the student is feeling.