Meet Christine Stoddard of The Pin the Map Project! Christine is a journalist, fiction writer and artist from the same town as the Pentagon and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; she grew up in a creative family with a Salvadoran mother, a native New Yorker for a father and two sisters. Christine’s work has… [Read More]
Meet Amber Urquhart; she is a photographer who has spent the last decade traveling around the globe, engaging in a variety of experiences that only some can imagine. A Canadian artist, Urquhart left her home in Vancouver for a chance to explore other cultures and communities–her adventures have taken her from the London punk… [Read More]
Each month, I turn towards the talented and thriving travel community to shine a spotlight on writers, photographers, bloggers, editors and travelers around the world. This month, I am happy to introduce one The Pin the Map Project’s own writers, Elisa Fourt. Elisa is a world traveler who has lived in Lebanon, Mexico, Spain,… [Read More]
Every month, The Traveler Series shines a light on the many talented writers, bloggers, photographers and editors within the travel community and asks them to share their story. Each interview has offered up priceless advice on travel and blogging from pioneers who have paved the way to success. This month, I’m thrilled to interview Becky… [Read More]
Every once in a while, The Pin The Map Project turns towards the travel community to highlight the stories of travelers, writers, photographers and bloggers for our Traveler Series. For this interview, we reached out to Katie MacLeod who is a journalist and travel blogger with a passion for writing, politics, travel, and a… [Read More]
Meet Julia Eskins and Aleyah Solomon of Here & There Magazine, a quarterly publication covering art, design and fashion in cities around the world. The Toronto-based duo met in 2012 and have been collaborating on projects ever since. With Aleyah’s experience as a photographer and Julia’s background in journalism, it made perfect sense for… [Read More]
As part of The Traveler Series, The Pin the Map Project will often interview travel bloggers, editors, photographers and writers to hear their story and what inspires their work. This week, I am happy to interview Frankie Thompson (a fellow Travelette) and the blogger behind As the Bird Flies.
Meet Yaya and Lloyd, these two UK based travel writers stand at the helm of the wildly popular travel website, Hand Luggage Only. What started as a mere idea back in 2012 is now an online destination for readers to fuel their wanderlust, learn tricks to improving their photography and share tips on travel planning.
This week on The Traveler Series, meet Thai Nguyen of TheUtopianLife.com. Here I interview Thai on what inspires his travels and his best advice for other writers just starting out.