international

February 3, 2014

How I Got Into A Norwegian Film Festival

Hanging around Norway this week? Well, you’re in luck! Somehow the film Gods have conspired to allow a short travel-documentary I directed, Modern Enlightenment, to run at this […]
January 8, 2014

How Irish Buses And Trains Kicked My Ass

The American Midwest is car country. Thousands of miles of asphalt blanket the nation from Ohio to Missouri like meadows and forests probably did before we […]
June 7, 2013

Modern Enlightenment: How Tibetans Are Preserving Their Culture In Exile

It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since I spent a summer in India, living at the College For Higher Tibetan studies in Dharamsala, […]
May 14, 2013

CHECKUP WITH A TIBETAN DOCTOR

Nobody likes going to the doctor. For men it inevitably involves a swift grab to the loins and being told to cough like some sort of […]
May 10, 2013

I Make Travel Epic: My Quest To Win Matador And Queensland Tourism’s #Travelstoke Contest

Tourism Queensland has partnered with Matador on a contest for an all-expenses paid trip to the aforementioned namesake of Queen Victoria. The winner will report to […]
September 27, 2012

24 Hours in Cork: Ireland Underappreciated Sibling

    Originally published at EuropeUpClose.com. Never have I felt closer to home in a foreign land than when I traveled to Ireland’s Cork (city). The […]