It’s a surreal experience; to be in a place where many people I meet, most for the first time, share my last name.
This past weekend my village celebrated it’s 700th birthday, three days after mine. Coincidence? 😉
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My weekend in Berlin was record breaking.
On the day before I arrived, the city received more rain than ever in history. Most people would be bummed and may have reconsidered a visit. I, on the other hand, was happy that … Read More
I was walking the floor of the trade show with a pair of VR goggles strapped to my belt and an idea. My previous year was spent bootstrapping a program together where I brought a first generation 360 camera to … Read More
Oh boy! Have you ever thought “I want to go on an expedition like [insert latest Outside Magazine or National Geographic article here]?”
Well, here’s a peek at what it’s like to set up your own expedition. More importantly, here’s the … Read More
Another one on the books.
This is the sixth year in a row that Beau, and now me, gathered a group to climb Mt. Washington in the winter, at night, to attempt to catch the sunrise from the summit of the … Read More
The Devil’s Path in the Catskills of New York is notorious for being difficult, so much so that Backpacker Magazine named it the “hardest day hike in the United States.”
There are several reasons why it got this reputation, the main … Read More
“The light in the ocean is brighter than the light in the sky”
These words echoed in my head as I floated towards a white textured wall infinite in every direction. I was weightless and could sense a gentle blue aura … Read More
Our plan was ambitious. Chris would fly in from Australia, run the Boston Marathon, rest one day, then we would hike the Pemigewasset Loop.
The Pemi Loop, as it is known, has been deemed the 2nd Hardest Day Hike in the … Read More
On December 4, 2015 I had the honor of speaking at Rutgers University, my alma mater, to a group of over 200 students. Thanks to generous sponsors named below, the event brought in over $7,500.00 of donations to the students … Read More
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Recently, I had the chance to return to one of my favorite places, Mohonk Preserve. It’s not just the preserve but the whole … Read More
I’ve had a chance to play with the camera now and am wrapping my head around how to use it to it’s full potential.
Check out the latest video, and head over to Worldin360.com to see more!
Finally, after speaking in front … Read More
Main Goal: Explore a recently discovered cave, purported to be the largest in recent history
And film the entire expedition in 360 Video
Milky Way from an Norikura Observatory in Mt. Marishiten-dake, Japan – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Samples of Scouted Photography
Oculus … Read More
Nestled under the jagged black peaks of Kluane National Park flows the wild Kathleen River. Its glowing turquoise waters pour out of a trap door hidden in a corner of Rainbow Lake, and it tumbles through with spectacular views that … Read More
Hexagonal basalt columns rise up from Ireland’s dark, fertile earth and are battered by ten foot waves from a passing storm. The sun then falls from the clouds and illuminates this magical place, before disappearing into the horizon.
We drove the … Read More
The best thing about traveling on a bus is the massive windows that expose you to some of the most breathtaking scenery you will ever see. It unfolds before you in a seemingly never ending carpet of beautiful textured nature … Read More
For the first time since the successful conclusion of the 2015 Nahanni Expedition, I am honored to talk with John Lee Dumas on his podcast, EntrepreneurOnFire.com.
Saturday, August 29th, 2015
The 2015 Nahanni Expedition traveled 280 miles through some of the largest … Read More
After the success of the expedition, I had a chance to stop in Portland, OR for a couple of weeks. Here, there is a legendary reputation for the magnetic draw of the city and I had no idea just how … Read More
We were cornered by city-sized forest fires so catastrophic they put the entire country into a state of emergency. Parks Canada’s instructions were simple; stay put, check in often. Our location was the middle of nowhere, otherwise known as one … Read More
This is it! After 8 months of planning and a lifetime of dreaming, we are off! And while I am away…
I am honored to introduce Zach and Allie of ZALLEON.com who will be helping you keep up with the expedition … Read More
Goal Zero is a company that deserves exceptional praise because of how involved it is with the community from the very bottom all the way to the top. Three years ago when I called them to support my company EXP … Read More
After 5 DAYS ON A BUS, I finally made it to the Yukon!
Taking a day off until an update with some photos of where I am!
Please check out our gear sponsors who make this expedition possible!
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Traveling by bus has major advantages that give you an office with the most incredible view. Unlike an airplane, you are low enough to the ground that you get phone signal and most buses have outlets now. This means that … Read More
Granite Gear’s products have accompanied some of the world’s best explorers to the furthest and most challenging environments. Born in the Boundary Waters, a network of wild waterways between Minnesota and Ontario, the company got started by two camping buddies … Read More