ON JANUARY 15, 2006 I WAS WALKING TO TAKE A BIOLOGY TEST WHEN I REALIZED THAT I WANTED TO SEE THE WORLD. I FILLED UP A BACKPACK AND GAVE ALL OTHER POSSESSIONS TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY. WITH $2000 AND A ONE-WAY TICKET TO THE CHEAPEST FARTHEST PLACE I COULD FIND, I SET OUT TO SEE THE WORLD AS WE ARE TOLD IT SHOULD BE.
Nomadsight is a temporary street art instalment of world photography, it moves from city to city and in this manner grows in its collection. Nomadsight.com is a photographic travel blog about one man's global adventures. Supported by the loving people of the earth, these photographs tell the stories.
A project that I am heading to bring clean water to a village that shared with me their life. They have to bucket all their water from a river and then boil it...And the rest goes to supporting my journey around the world. I have travelled all these years only through the support and love of the world’s people. Buying my photographs will help me continue the journeying that I am still to do. If you haven’t read the page already, check out "Where the money goes" to see the people of Tad Lo that I also sponsor through the selling of my photos.