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 62 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 also write for travel guides Routes North and Culture Trip, as well contributing guest and collaborative posts on a variety of travel destinations in cooperation with fellow travel bloggers. 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.
How to Spend a Perfect Weekend in Copenhagen (Lonely Planet)
Why Odense, Denmark Should be on Your 2020 Travel List (Lonely Planet)
A Guide to Copenhagen’s Coolest Neighbourhoods (Culture Trip)
Travelling on a Budget: How to Survive Like a Student in Copenhagen (Culture Trip)
The Hygge Effect: The Rise of Denmark’s Secret to Happiness (SAS Travel Wallet)
Capital Gains: Helsinki on a Budget (Lonely Planet)
Exploring Historic Riga on a Budget (Lonely Planet)
A Guide to Copenhagen’s Neighbourhoods (Lonely Planet)
Top 15 Free Things to Do in Copenhagen (Lonely Planet)
New Nordic Food on a Budget (Routes North)
Eating Green: Vegetarian and Vegan Food in Copenhagen (Routes North)
10 Things to Do in Nørrebro, Copenhagen (Routes North)
Restaurant Review: 1.th (The Copenhagen Post)