is a travel journal, portfolio, and playground that maps our collective adventures.
Journal is home to long form travel essays and personal exposés.
Travel Guide is a curation of first-hand travel information.
Eco Talk approaches today’s sustainability issues.
This project is a call to the wild intended to move feet and light fires.
is a Canadian/British citizen who was born in the Netherlands and spent his formative years in the Middle East and Texas. Though this confusing backstory has induced momentary panic whenever someone asks him, "so where's your hometown?", it has also cultivated a desire for a nomadic lifestyle punctuated by experiences not things. After earning a master’s degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability from Lund University in Sweden, he has started his career with brief stints in Calgary, Vancouver and Singapore. Fully aware that traveling and sustainability can be difficult to reconcile at times—Luke hopes to shed light on environmental issues he encounters along the way and offer some helpful tips on how to minimize your footprint while on the road. He is most content when summiting a tough hike, nervously topping out on a climbing route, sweating profusely from a spicy curry, or immersing himself in a good non-fiction read.
Luke is a freelance editor & proofreader · RESUME ·
was born in Manila and raised in Vancouver, where sea meets sky. She completed a degree in English Literature and Poetry at Simon Fraser University, with semesters spent abroad in Manila and Paris. After writing and blogging for Los Angeles Magazine, Trixie delved into the world of film as assistant to a top Vancouver talent agent and Development Coordinator at indie production company Drive Films. She is currently writing the biography of her mother Joey Albert, a Filipina pop star who gave up her career to immigrate to Canada, and three-time cancer survivor. When away from her desk, you'll probably find Trixie rock climbing, surfing, or playing rugby for the Philippine National Women's team.