Proof Updates ~ #prooffrontierproject

  • Proof Frontier Project: Thomas Higham
    Proof Frontier Project: Thomas Higham

    Iceland by @TomKatt  Let me start out by saying, Iceland literally exceeded all my expectations in every category. Shop: Sawtooth Tortoise   We arrived in Reykjavik and the first thing we did was rent a car. A lot of travelers use the bus system / tour guides, but we had been advised that having your own car is a MUST when exploring Iceland.  Our first Airbnb was in Southern Iceland near Selfoss. It was this tiny little home out in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by sheep and miles of beautiful Icelandic views. Jet Lag is definitely real when visiting...

  • Proof Frontier Project: Brad Pearson
    Proof Frontier Project: Brad Pearson

    You may recognize Brad Pearson as one of our ambassadors (click to read his bio) for #TheNepalProject. Well, he's certainly no stranger to international adventure. This summer, Brad Pearson went on a journey to explore Indonesia. Here's what he had to say about the adventure: 4 flights 10 movies and 36 hours later we finally landed in Surabaya Indonesia. We got a taxi and immediately departed to our first destination of the trip, MT BROMO. It was a two and a half hour suicidal car ride, I don't think anything compares to the ludicrous yet streamline driving style of south east Asia. It was ridiculous how steep and windy the roads became,...

  • Proof Frontier Project: Andrew Santoro
    Proof Frontier Project: Andrew Santoro

    Photographer Andrew Santoro recently took his Proofs on some adventures around his home state of Florida.  If I told you that Florida isn't all about beaches and palm trees, would you believe me? There's plenty of that, but the sunshine state is also home to huge waterfalls, extensive cave systems, and, of course, a lot of humidity. Two state parks in the Florida Panhandle show off this diversity: Falling Waters and Florida Caverns. Falling Waters is home to the tallest waterfall in Florida (it stands at 72 feet and cascades into a massive sinkhole), while Florida Caverns has some of...

  • Proof Frontier Project: Jordan Craig
    Proof Frontier Project: Jordan Craig

    Jordan spent the last few weeks of the year on an epic cross-country road trip with friends. Read on to hear about the trip + how travel has affect Jordan, and scroll to the bottom to see the full Frontier Project!  With today’s technology, we can easily see the world through a phone, computer, tablet, or any electronic device. People often gain satisfaction in seeing rather than fully experiencing. Vicariously living through their favorite explorers on instagram, many of us are inspired but few of us take the necessary steps to become fully immersed in the destinations we fantasize about....

  • Proof Frontier Project: Jo Savage
    Proof Frontier Project: Jo Savage

    Photographer Jo Savage recently headed out on a road trip to Baja Mexico + Southern California with a few of her friends. She was kind enough to document the trip for our latest Proof Frontier Project. The mission was to take a girl's road trip to Baja Mexico and Southern California. To effectively complete the mission we planned camping on bluffs next to the Pacific, eating copious amounts of $1, fresh fish tacos with the best homemade salsa in Mexico, lots of beach time, sipping fresh coconut water, interacting with locals and making new friends. Sunny days and the constant sound...