This time we are interviewing, Jeremy Loops, South African raised, global Troubadour.
We are big fans of his music, his outlook and his uwavering approach to pursuing his passion in a way that is without compromise. In the interview below we get an insight into the way he lives his life and goes about creating his version of the good life.
Julia is the creator and driving force behind The Vista, The Vista is a unique travel guide for the modern nomad. A beautifully styled showcase of inspirational people, unique destinations, carefully curated travel guides and holiday style. Avid traveller Julia Ashwood has created a platform to inspire your wildest dreams, a virtual porthole to escape to another world.Travel guides, inspo & stories for nomads & dreamers You can follow her adventures on Instagram We have recently collaborated on a new bag The Companion
Only through reflection can we understand what is truly good. In this edition of our Interview Series we chat with Jenny Nguyen - Barron on her approach to life and business. Jenny spends her time curating hotspots in New York City and around the world, having a dedication to a Quality over Quantity approach on her site Melting Butter .
In what is an overdue introduction our first interview with a female Bon Vivant. Sydney-based typographer, hand-letterer and illustrator Gemma O'Brien discusses with BNVVT how she goes about crafting her own version of the good life.
Continuing with the interview series we meet global traveller Johan Lolos, originally from Belgium Johan has been working his way around the globe and documenting his travels as a photographer. He is interested in interacting with local cultures as well as documenting the natural beauty he sees. He also goes by his pseudonym LeBackpacker. You can see some of his beautiful work on Instagram Facebook and his website .
Continuing our series of interviews with people we think are creating their own version of the good life is Mitch Surman. Mitch is the founder and head shaper at MS Surfboards - an ex-professional surfer who turned his love and understanding of the sport into a growing surfboard shaping business based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Mitch gives us the lowdown on the art and passion of surfboard shaping and how he uses that passion in his broader approach to life.
Kicking off what will be a ongoing series of interviews we have Alex Ogle. We are looking to chat with people that we think are doing their best to live their version of the good life, we want to get inside what makes them tick and what they perceive as being the best road for them to walk down. We are strong believers that there is no one way to live and the most important thing is to be doing what makes you happy with those that make you happy.
Alex Ogle is a AFP photojournalist based in Hong Kong You can follow his work and his journey at Instagram and Twitter , he often uses the city of Hong Kong as his subject in his varied and compelling work.