Journey to the Little Kingdom Leading the Fight Against Climate Change

Climate change is wreaking havoc on our planet. Yet, there remains a single country with a negative carbon footprint. Perched on the Himalayas’ eastern edge between two of the highest-polluting countries in the world, the Kingdom of Bhutan stands as one of the leading nations in environmental conservation. Over 60 percent of the kingdom is […]

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 for his work. But producing travel films is not an easy endeavor. For this reason, we asked Dave some questions about […]

Chasing Northern Lights: A Q&A with Alex Broadstock

When photographer Alex Broadstock arrived in Norway, he stepped off the plane wearing Teva sandals and shorts. Faced with the blisteringly cold Nordic weather, his friends thought he was crazy. But after a series of missed flights and diversions the previous week during his return from Costa Rica, where he’d been leading a backpacking trip, […]

Empowering Edmonton Through Spoken Word: A Conversation with @Knowmadic

Ahmed “Knowmadic” Ali is a community organizer, public speaker, youth worker, Somali refugee, and full-time father who has dedicated his time to enabling and empowering diverse communities within Edmonton. He’s the city’s poet laureate and the co-founder and current artistic director of Edmonton’s only spoken word collective: Breath In Poetry. His words echo throughout the […]

Exploring India and Sri Lanka with Niklas Siemens

Niklas Siemens is a 20-year-old outdoor photographer and filmmaker. Though based in Austria, Niklas is constantly on the road exploring foreign countries and cultures while telling visual stories along the way. Intrigued by his latest international endeavors, we caught up with Niklas to learn more about what makes him tick. Why did you choose to […]

Discovering Jordan with Videographer Oliver Simons

For videographer Oliver Simons, Jordan is a destination best visited with a camera and an open mind. From the sweeping vistas of Wadi Rum to the sandstone beauty of Petra, Oliver captured it during his time in the Kingdom, all while the landscape — and its people — redefined his understanding of the country and […]

ENOUGH is Enough: A Q&A with Director Brent Foster

Since 2015, award-winning Canadian director Brent Foster has been traveling the world in search of living legacies — individuals who strive to lead selfless, impactful lives. He’s combined their stories into a collection called “While I’m Here | The Legacy Project,” which also serves as Brent’s personal passion project. We sat down with Brent to […]

A Note in Every Town: In Conversation with Noah Wisch

At first listen, Noah Wisch’s original song “Sidewalks” sounds like any other ukulele tune — it’s leisurely and relaxing, evoking an island breeze as it washes over you with its soothing strums. But pay attention to the number of notes played throughout the track, and you’ll count 351 — the same number of towns in […]

Travel Video: Rato Machhendranath Jatra Festival

Suraj Ratna Shakya is a freelance photographer and filmmaker from Kathmandu, Nepal. Each spring, his hometown hosts the Rato Machhindranath festival. Growing up with the sights and sounds of these celebrations inspired Suraj to get behind the lens and share the experience from the ground. To learn more about Suraj and his film, we asked […]