Between the 25th June 2012 and the 25th November 2015 I successfully traveled to all seven
continents of the globe trading my services as a photographer for life’s basic necessities.
No currency, no contracts, only my camera and the curiosity of a cat.
In exchange for my skills as a professional photographer, my subjects provided a roof to
sleep under, food to keep the stomach happy and a ticket or ride to the next trade.
Shelter, food and transport traded for whatever photography work was needed.
After 1238 days of continuous shooting, I set off for the final 10 day trade to Antarctica, thus completing the
Pixel Trade Project. Every continent without spending a cent of money on anything in the process.
What happened during the 3 years and 5 months is a story much bigger than the photographs I captured or the goal I set out to achieve.
If you are a little bit curious of what actually happened and not what I told the press over the duration of
the project, then I would like to invite you to keep in the loop with the workings of a very honest piece of writing
I’ll be working on for release in 2017.
For more details fly over here.