I’ve experienced different cultures, learned amazing histories and photographed the most amazing destinations.

Hopping on a plane and flying to a destination unknown is something I enjoy and want to continue to do until the day I die.

Hashima Island is an abandoned island 15km from the city of Nagasaki, in southern Japan. The island was home to thousands of coal miners workers at its peak, but was abandoned in 1974 as a result of the decline of coal mining.

While I am NOT a fan of the cold, the untouched beauty of the 7th continent is something I’d like to visit and photograph one day soon!

Almost half-way between South America and Australia lies a tiny island with giant rock statues dotted throughout the landscape of this island.

A remote atoll that was the site of the of US nuclear bomb testing in the 1940’s. The residents will relocated due to the radioactivity that is present in the environment.

Home to one of the rarest spectacles on this planet – blue lava.