Authors Posts by Joseph Ozment

Joseph Ozment

Joseph Ozment
Originally from Tennessee, Joseph Ozment is a writer and musician whose relationship with travel was shaped by growing up between the Southern U.S., Wales, and Hong Kong. So far, he's written for a newspaper in Russia, released a handful of home recordings, and started a novel (with plans for more, someday). When he's not busy running country roads or cheering on Liverpool FC, he's most likely making the next cup of coffee, or plans for the next trip.
Parade performers twirl yellow flags in the Chiang Mai flower festival.

Chiang Mai: Denis Amirtharaj’s Creative City

Chiang Mai is a place like no other. The city stands alone in Thailand’s northern mountainous region as a wellspring of cultural and architectural brilliance. Its ancient history stretches back to the time of...
White windmills on a grassy hill against a blue-white sky.

How the World is Changing to Fight Climate Change

Happy Earth Week, Passion Passport community! In honor of Earth Day 2019, we’re bringing you new sustainable travel content every day this week, with each story aiming to celebrate eco-travelers, low-impact ways of living,...
A couple holds hand in the yellow light of sunset at a Cambodian temple.

Photographing the Colors of Cambodia With Tom Shu

Traveling and photography go hand-in-hand for Tom Shu, who never seriously considered taking up the art form until a trip to the Galapagos Islands left him longing for a more tangible way to interact...

How to Get Beyond the Travel Blog and Tell Your Travel Story

I’ll admit that in the past, I’ve rolled my eyes at blog posts that my Facebook friends have written about their travels. More often than not, I just keep scrolling. But who knows how...
A neon cut-out of a hitchhiker stands on the side of a road at night.

Hitchhiking to Morocco with Artist Louise Ashcroft

“Stay wild. The real world is better than art. Run on your own and with the pack. The group is a form of drag. They can't catch you… Shift shape. Cuckoo to mistletoe to...
A mural reading "freedom" on a red and white wall.

Day of the Imprisoned Writer: Why Writing is a Privilege

We all know the saying: the pen is mightier than the sword. History has tested this assertion at every turn, even up through the modern age. If there’s anything that these tests have demonstrated,...
Several neon signs along a street in Edmonton.

A Food and Drink Guide to Edmonton

Edmonton’s food and drink scene is one of the most eclectic you’ll encounter anywhere, because its story mirrors that of the city itself. Edmonton has always prided itself on diversity and multiculturalism, but until...

A Creative’s Guide to Edmonton with Soul Search Canada

Creativity propels Edmonton’s continuing growth as a cultural hotspot in Canada, and the fabric of the city itself that allows that to happen. It is a tight-knit community of self-starters who saw the potential...
A dish of berries and other vegan ingredients rests on a fruit in someone's cupped hands.

Why the World Needs More Vegans

World Vegan Day has been celebrated on November 1 every year since 1994. In 2018, Veganism is both more popular and more pertinent than ever before. While Passion Passport seeks to bridge communities and...


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