Interviews

Interviews

Victor Cheng holds a camera and walks through a colorful corridor.

Becoming a Full-Time Photographer: A Conversation with Victor Cheng

Victor Cheng is the photographer behind the popular Instagram account @veeceecheng, where he posts colorful, eye-popping images from around the world. Although Victor previously worked at a creative agency, he recently left his job...

Photographing the Pacific Northwest With ONA Bags: A Q&A With Andrew Kearns

To celebrate Passion Passport’s five-year anniversary, we teamed up with ONA Bags and created a collection of travel-inspired camera bags in five limited-edition colors, each chosen to represent the vibrant nature of travel and...
Anna Mazurek by the beach in Mexico

Anna Mazurek on How to Make Money While Traveling

There are a lot of reasons not to travel. “I’m afraid of flying.” “It’s too dangerous.” “I don’t have the time.” But perhaps the most common excuse is money — who among us hasn’t...
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The Realities of a Traveling Videographer: A Q&A with Dave Culligan

Dave Culligan is a filmmaker and entrepreneur based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Over the last few years, he has shot and edited countless travel videos, started a production company, and journeyed around the world...

Lessons in Travel Photography from Simone Anne

Simone Anne started out her photography career in the wedding world, even though travel had always been her biggest passion. She had hiked the 220-mile John Muir trail solo, visited five continents, and documented...

Hiking the Jordan Trail with Ali Barqawi

Ali Barqawi is a Jordanian photographer and filmmaker who specializes in documenting adventure expeditions around the world. Back in 2016, Ali learned about the newly-formed Jordan Trail Association (JTA). As the association began planning...
A sunset in Colorado, land that formerly belonged to several Native American groups.

4 Writers on Native American Visibility in the U.S.

Like many countries around the world, the United States has a history littered with accounts of colonizers abusing Indigenous groups. From coast to coast, white Americans have long forced Native American groups to resettle...

Life in the Arctic: A Q&A with Kelly Kamo McHugh

For the last four-and-a-half years, Kelly Kamo McHugh and her husky, Thrasher, have called Inuvik, Northwest Territories, home. A remote town just 60 miles (100 kilometers) from the Arctic Ocean, Inuvik is known for...

A Conversation with National Park Ranger Christina Adele Warburg-Hon

If you were to ask most second-graders what they want to be when they grow up, chances are, they might have a few ideas but they probably couldn’t give you a definitive, “that’s-my-final-answer-Regis” decision....