Cheryl Rego loves to see the world, from Bancroft to Bangkok and everything in between. She talks about how and why her wanderlust emerged.
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Street Fashion Blogging
BY CAMERON ADAMS
@ VOL 28
ON FEB 21, 2016
Cameron Adams, Vol. 18 alumni, is back to update us on street fashion blogging here in Atlanta. Most Atlanta-iens will know Cameron and his ninja-like ability to snap his fashion photos. Now, listen as Cameron describes his start in street fashion blogging, his inspiration, what he looks for, and how he makes his photographs!
The Place I Had Never Been
BY SALI SASAKI
@ VOL 1
ON FEB 11, 2016
“How we discover a place, how we create an image of a place before we even get there,” can be as important as the discovery itself. Sali Saki is a crafter, designer, and writer who will take you on a personal journey to discover the handmade crafts of Laos and the people who make them.
The Things People Said and How I Landed in Tokyo
BY LANA RAPPETTE
@ VOL 5
ON MAY 19, 2016
Lana Rappette is an assistant at Whirlpool Corporation and a PechaKucha city planner. She recently attended the Pecha Kucha Global PowWow in Tokyo, Japan (March 2016) and will talk us through that trip - and how she got there!
The Travelling Photographer
BY DARREN ARTHUR
@ VOL 24
ON MAY 25, 2016
"There’s no better way to find adventure than to get lost!”
In "The Traveling Photographer" from PechaKucha Night Brighton Vol. 24, Darren Arthur shared his incredible stories about traveling, in and out of his professional duty. Darren is a professional photographer based in Dubai. Expect travel tips, lots of laughter and some of the best photography you are likely to see.
This was PechaKucha of the Day on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016.
How to use travel to face your fears
BY LIZ CARLSON
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 14, 2017
Liz Carlson - I travel a lot and I’ve got a lot of fears. How does that work? As a professional travel blogger, I roam the world for a living. But instead of just taking pictures and telling stories, I use my adventures as an opportunity to challenge myself and overcome different fears while inspiring other people to do the same. 50 odd countries later, I’ve still got anxiety but now I also have learned many new things and have had quite a few screwups along the way.