LoveLiveTravel is always looking for new partnerships focusing on travel, photography, and food. As former cruise ship crew and a Canadian expat in Copenhagen, Denmark, I have a unique perspective on travel that comes through in my work. I spent eight years travelling the world working on cruise ships, and continue to travel as much as possible. To date, I have visited 60 countries and 25 territories on six continents. As a tour guide in Copenhagen with a true passion for the city, I also have insight into the local sights, stories, culture, and culinary experiences that I am eager to share with others.
As a freelance contributor for Lonely Planet, my Copenhagen-focused writing and photography help travellers plan their upcoming trip, or just dream about future travel to this beautiful city. I have also written for travel sites Pink Pangea, Travel Gumbo, and Travel Generation, and regularly write guest and collaborative posts on a variety of travel destinations in cooperation with fellow travel bloggers. My print work includes The Copenhagen Post and two features in O’i Vietnam magazine, and my photography was recently featured in a national ad campaign. I have co-hosted several of Passion Passport’s Twitter chats on travel-related topics, and LoveLiveTravel was featured on the Traveling Dan podcast. As a member of the Nordic Travel Bloggers Collective, I collaborated with Hamburg Tourism on their UNESCO campaign. I have also worked in partnership with Visit Stockholm and Visit Faroe Islands.
A Guide to Copenhagen’s Neighbourhoods (Lonely Planet)
Top 10 Free Things to Do in Copenhagen (Lonely Planet)
Visiting Copenhagen with Kids (In Search Of)
What Does it Cost to Live for a Month in Copenhagen, Denmark? (Life Part 2)
How to Explore Incredible Copenhagen for Less (Travel the Globe 4 Less)
Exploring Copenhagen (O’i Vietnam)
Ship to Shore: Travelling the World as Cruise Ship Crew (O’i Vietnam)
10 of the Most Morbidly Fascinating Places in the World (Listverse)
A Summer in Nice: Exploring the French Riviera (Our Lives Are An Open Blog)
Restaurant Review: 1.th (The Copenhagen Post)