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October 26, 2019

Malaysia: the 31st country I’ve had the privilege to travel in, has been a challenging one. On an extended visa run during our Momentom Indonesia Residency I did a decided to do a deep dive into Borneo to see some of the last orang utans in the wild, it’s pretty clear why they are being wiped out along with the majority of the rainforest and life on the World’s 3rd largest island: cheap palm oil. ⠀

Flying from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan all you see are rows of palms trees or cleared rainforest (to plant more palm tr...

September 9, 2018

...And Other Adventures on a 5-Day Journey from Saskatoon to Sumbawa

...aaaand I'm in China?? 


During my wild journey and series of layovers from Canada to Indonesia (only a cheeky 5 day adventure with 4 flights, two trains and a ferry), I find myself with 12 hours in the Shanghai airport. So, naturally I spark up a conversation in the immigration line, find an awesome layover friend, Ali, who's also keen to escape the bland monotony of international airports and BOOM, we're experiencing the modern metropolis of ...

March 10, 2018

It was my 4th year bringing a funky bunch bus of festival freaks down from Nicaragua to Envision Festival in Costa Rica...and you can say we're getting good at it ;) 

From setting up our annual Momentom Collective Circus Camp and performing nightly on the world's wildest jungle stage to flying high with the infamous acro-kiwi Whakapainga and getting ultra conscious with J.P Sears, here's a photo journal of the week long experience.*

 

See above for J.P's top super-woke tips for how to crush it at a conscious fes...

September 14, 2017


A Photo Journal Revealing the Flair of the Mexican Fair:
 

Carnivals and fairs around the world all follow the same rulebook for cheap entertainment: greasy junk food, unsafe ways to spin in circles and games designed to rip you off via freaky carnies. In Mexico—where shenanigans are more prevalent, drinking is the national pastime and overall standards are always diminished—the carnival I experienced in Sayulita exemplifies just that. It is a night of drunken laughs, questionable safety and copious head scratching. Come...

March 3, 2017

Envision Festival in Costa Rica is not your typical gathering of people in the jungle. Beyond the party and musical production, Envision takes a focus on sustainability, yoga, permaculture, art and open discussions as a global community ready to thrive - like the jungle - as a collective.

Being a part of the Montreal/Nicaragua based circus arts crew, Momentom Collective, we setup camp in the jungle for another year of growth, learning and laughs. Here is a photo journal of some of the experien...

January 28, 2017

3 Days at Punta Mona’s Eco Farm Commune


I am getting swallowed with each step into the lush green canopy. Looking behind me, and then forward again, the trail has continued to diminish. I stop in my tracks—not just because the loud growl of a gang of howler monkeys echoes overhead—but I truly cannot decide between continuing inland, or backtrack and find a trail closer to the Caribbean Sea. Yup, I am alone, and lost in the jungles of Costa Rica.
I really should have looked at a map.

 

My objective is to get to an off the g...

September 14, 2016

 
A Photo Journal of the Graffiti from Germany's Capital


Berlin has long been known for its counter-culture, including the music, art, and freedom of expression that comes with it. When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, there was such an exodus of people from East Berlin to West Berlin that many buildings, warehouses, and homes were left abandoned. These spaces attracted squatters and low-income artists who made use of the countless fresh canvasses for street art and graffiti.

As Berlin continues to grow into...

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