I love theme parks. I love eating ice cream to a dramatic film score soundtrack. I love walking through carefully constructed, exquisitely detailed scenes, imagining the hard work that a team of immensely creative people put in to make me feel like I’m in a 1920s-era, hyper-stylised New York.
“If you actually go and experience someone else’s culture…you can’t help but connect to the humanity within them…People have to get out and interact.” ~ Ali Smith
“In order to see that interconnectedness we need to be open to it, which means to be curious about the world.” ~ Alan Senauke
Made by three friends and fellow nomads—Guy Reid, Christoph Ferstad, and Steve Watts Kennedy—over the course of three years, Planetary is a subtle and stunning documentary that asks us to reconsider our role in the environmental and social crises that are currently affecting our planet.
But it is also a love letter to travel, emphasising the importance of contact with both the natural world and of other cultures in order to get back in touch with our common humanity, too often lost in the frenetic pace and bright distractions of modern life.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Trail Wallet 3, now available in the App Store!
Trail Wallet has been keeping travellers on budget for over two years, starting from very humble beginnings and evolving into something that provides a good chunk of our monthly income and boasts over 23,000 downloads and 172 reviews worldwide with an average rating of 4.4 stars. Which is nuts, you guys!
Video games represent the meeting point of my four main interests in life: coding, music, drawing, and writing. It’s been my dream for a while now to make a game in the mould of the classic Lucasarts graphic adventures (The Secret of Monkey Island, Sam and Max Hit The Road, Day of the Tentacle, etc.) and I’ve been taking slow but steady steps towards realising this dream. I already have a degree in music, I’m now a pretty competent iOS developer, and this year I’ve been working on my writing and illustration.