My love of travel stems from many things: my grandfather's stories, a childhood spent abroad following my father's work, intrinsic curiosity of learning how the world works. One of my favorite parts of arriving at a new place is the wave of perspective that pulls me and gets stronger the further away from home I go.
These slideshows below are attempts to capture various parts of the world in a two-dimensional thousand word photograph. While an undergraduate I spent fourteen months abroad across Europe and Morocco via scholarships and travel grants. My time in South America was the summer after I graduated, taking an interlude from the rigors of academia by way of cheap bus tickets and $10 hotel rooms. The first album is Bangladesh the winter of 2013 where I worked as an agricultural consultant with a Cornell group for a fertilizer recommendation software venture start up.