OCCUPATION: Documentary photographer
WHAT’S YOUR HUSTLE: I make photo books, I’m currently working on a book about hunting culture all over the world. I study English literature, language and linguistics, and I’m learning how to hunt. Apart from that I spend my time playing bluegrass on the banjo and mandolin, writing, traveling to obscure places to meet unusual people, cooking and eating, trying to be a good friend and a sweet lover, and spending days at a time in bed watching TV shows.
WHAT DOES YOUR HUSTLE MEAN TO YOU: For me it’s always about learning and seeing new things, that way I never cease to go ape shit over what I do. I haven’t been bored since I was twelve. Not even on that ten hour layover at Philadelphia airport.
IF YOU COULD HAVE ONLY THREE TOOLS FOR YOUR HUSTLE, WHAT WOULD THEY BE: Camera, banjo, internet.
A WORD OF ADVICE TO WANNABE HUSTLERS IN YOUR FIELD: Never be afraid when attempting to do something daunting and time-consuming, there is no wasting time, there’s always more time later. Until you’re dead, but that’s okay too. Have fun. And make sure you get enough sleep.