Generally, I’m a hard worker, obsessed with creating for myself a life that I love. Travel is a huge part of that, and so is technology, photography, and film-making. I consider myself to be a technically savvy, creative and bubbly person. Easy to get along with and always ready for a new adventure. I come from a film-making background which enables me to engage with my audience professionally on a variety of platforms.
CwC was founded in 2015, and although it is a new site we are making great headway in achievements. We have a great following, in both numbers and engagement. The site concentrates on the following types of travel: budget, adventure, and eco-travel.
It’s an online travel show with a difference! I host Youtube segments bringing you stories, information and advice through video format and I pride myself on my ability to transport my readers on a journey with me through the written word. I’m immensely interested in all humans and this helps me to engage with my audience on a different level. I’m their ‘mate’ and they support me back.
I’m quite picky about who I work with and who I’ll recommend. I like to work with brands I know and trust, or brands I am happy to try for the first time and create a new partnership with. I will not recommend brands that do not suit my website or that don’t have anything to do with travel.
I a solo female adventurer who cares for the environment and travels on a budget. My audience expects to encounter brands on my site relating to those topics. Before contacting me, please take a look around to see if you think we are a great fit, you can start by checking out the Blog.
If you believe your company will be a good match, feel free to Contact Me and download the Media Kit (below).
I look forward to hearing from you!
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