The Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2190 mile footpath that travels through 14 states between its southern terminus on Springer Mountain in Georgia and Katahdin in Maine. Hiking the entire trail in one year is known as a thru-hike. Only 1 in 5 who set out to complete this monumental task succeed. Many others section hike it over the years. As of the end of 2019 approximately 20,841 people have completed the entire trail. 

On March 19, 2017 I set out to hike the AT as one continuous footpath. Officially, I completed 2028 miles in 2017 and finished the remaining 162 miles in May of 2018. During this trek across America I hiked through snow, sleet, rain, over mountains, through bogs, and spent over two hundred nights sleeping in the outdoors.  During my journey I came across many unique individuals that have influenced my life. One such individual is the amazing woman who is the subject of many of my photographs. Together we hiked across America and today we continue to adventure across the planet. This journey served as the inspiration for the person and creative I am today.  To see more check out my first artistic project, Appalachian Wanderland.

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