Culture Travel is a digital destination guide for design-minded travelers who want to have the best cultural experiences around the world.
I was born and raised in Connecticut. When I was 16 years old, my parents sent me by myself to attend high school in France. I learned French, made some incredible friends, and discovered a completely new way of living. It opened up the world for me, and since then, I’ve never been scared to travel solo.
After living in New York City for 7 years, I got a remote job and took off on a 3-month trip to Europe. At the same time, I created Culture Travel (formerly Culture Passport) to document and share my experiences in new cities, art fairs, galleries, museums, and private art collections around the world. My photography work has been featured by the Paris and Nice Tourism Offices, Art Basel, and Refinery 29.
I hope this website inspires you to travel more!
What kind of camera do you use?
A Fujifilm x100V and iPhone 12. I find that a professional camera is better for long-range shots, while the iPhone is best for closer, well-lit subjects.
How do you plan your trips?
Lots of research! I’ve gotten pretty savvy with where to go for the best tips over the years, so check out a list of my absolute favorite trip planning tools!
Can I purchase a photo from you?
Yes! Please contact me for more information on purchasing photography prints.