Photo Essays

Sometimes you want to read a blog post and other times, you just want to look at pretty pictures. Whether you want to read the stories behind my favorite travel photos or just flip through them, these posts spotlight the best of my world travel photography.

Visiting China’s Harbin Ice Festival was a surreal, magical experience – and not just because it broke one of my life’s most debilitating existential barriers.

It’s not where you go, how you go, why you go or who you go with – it’s the fact that you go at all.

I left Rwanda early – but I did not leave empty.

My recent visit to Thailand was my eighth, but I found myself surprised by how much I still had to learn from a place I thought I knew so well.

Finland in autumn may very well go down as my favorite travel experience of all time, a bold statement I hope these photos corroborate.

I hope these photos make you want to visit the Caucasus but more than that, I hope they convey to you the transformation being here manifested in me.

The legend of Mt. Kazbeg centers around the Georgian version of Prometheus, but as I neared its summit, the words of a different legend came to mind.

I have a feeling these photos are going to make you want to take a trip to Vietnam, whether you follow the path I took or plot a course unique to you.