What happens when two brothers ride around the country on their bicycles together? Well, check out America reCycled to find out.
Tim Hussin is a photographer and filmmaker. After racing around the country on freeways to various internships over the past several years, he wants to slow down and rediscover the country that is strong in his blood, on a journey of personal and cultural discovery that he can share with those who will lend an ear.
All across the country, people are finding innovative ways to come together and make revolutionary change on a local level, to regain control of their lives, rediscover independence, and recycle the American Dream.
We’re finding them. And we’re telling their stories.
Noah Hussin is a writer and filmmaker. He likes Asian food, German words, and playing piano outside on gusty days. Having lived in three countries and spoken four languages, he has returned to the United States to explore a growing side of the country that remains hidden from much of the world.
Comrades Leah Albert and William Touhey, both artists of various sorts, are joining them on this adventure.
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As a well known commercial photographer with a successful business, Chase Jarvis’ blog is a must for anyone looking for some inspiration. He reviews new gear, discusses developing your creativity, lists great stuff from around the web and more. And one of the most interesting and inspiring pieces on his blog is the collection of photos posted from his iPhone. Check out the latest posts (updated automatically):
Egyptian-born Tewfic El-Sawy is best known on the internet as The Travel Photographer. Now residing in New York, he’s a freelance photographer who specializes in documenting endangered cultures and traditional life ways of Asia, Latin America and Africa. What’s perhaps most interesting about El-Sawy is that he invites others to join his photo expeditions on a referral/friend basis. He then shares the experiences on the blog, like a recent trip to Theyyams of Malabar, going over the hotels, the route, what worked and what didn’t and how he’d do it differently next time. El-Sawy also shares lots of great links to other work that interests him on his blog, like a WSJ photo of a burqa-clad woman walking in an old Kabul bazaar, or The Boston Globe’s Scenes From Pakistan. He shares insight on how the shot was probably taken and any experience he’s had with that area. It’s an amazing resource for any travel photographer, or anyone else who needs some inspiration. Check out the latest posts (updated automatically):