Jess & Andy are some of the best people we know. Seriously, these guys are next level nice and super inspiring. They’re designers who live on the road, just like us, traveling and running a design non-profit out of their Scamp travel trailer, fondly referred to as “The Egg,” hence the name of their non-profit, Design Egg. Check it out, they do some amazing work!
They’re also avid rock climbers, just like us. Can you see why we get along so well? While climbing with them in Utah, we snuck away one evening to do a shoot with them in celebration of buying a new home in Virginia. Well, it’s in Virginia, but it’s not staying there. That’s because the new home is a 1969 Airstream Overlander! Yep, these guys are upgrading from the 16-foot Scamp to a 27-foot Airstream. We have a 72 Overlander, and our travel schedules tend to align with these guys’ quite a bit, so keep an eye out for two Airstreams caravanning down a highway near you!
For the shoot, we found this cool abandoned mining cabin that’s probably been there since the late 1800s. We proceeded to pop some bubbly and snap a bunch of photos in and around it, dodging rusty nails and slivers. Sometimes you gotta take some risks and get a little dirty for the best pics, ya know? Luckily, we came away with a bunch of awesome shots and without any injuries. Hoorah!
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