The Everyday Projects
Seoul, South Korea
My interest in the world started from a young age. I am the son of intrepid and pioneering traveller, Geoff Crowther and Korean mother, Hyungpun. My father ran and wrote the infamous BIT guide to help free spirits travel across Asia from the early 70’s to 80's while becoming a founding writer at Lonely Planet for two decades. I tagged along for only part of this journey.
Over nine years, I have photographed and written throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands. My interaction with the world has placed me on a journey that attempts to portray the world from a bottom-up perspective. Using art to convey and educate the public about some of the planet's most pertinent issues is a compelling passion for me.
I am a member of the @everydayclimatechange and @everydayindia collective of photographer groups, and images have been published in international publications, books, and exhibited in galleries in Milan, New York, and the Netherlands. Educationally, I hold a Bachelor's degree in environmental science and a Master's degree in environmental education.