To say it was an eye awakening experience would be an understatement and i'm grateful that it has produced positive changes in my life that are already taking shape. People love asking what my favorite place was but that's a question not easily answered. My response usually is: Japan for it's food and for how respectful, clean, and efficient their culture is. I think i could live in Japan and would like to at some point. Thailand for its amazing street food, night life, and the good friends i made there. Laos for its untouched nature and for one of the most raw, cultural experiences of my life (hanging out with and photographing hill tribes). Cambodia for its history, Angkor Wat, and the few beach towns down south i got to check out. and last but not least India for. . . well. . . India is just crazy! You'd need a lifetime just to explore that place fully. iIt's a photographers dream to say the least! India is not for everybody but if you can handle it it is very rewarding.
i love dogs, food, art and culture. . . i'm pretty open minded and will try almost anything at least once. I'm mostly on here looking to meet people outside of my circle and outside of the bar scene. . .