The Everyday Projects
Seoul, South Korea
My interest in the world began at a young age. I am the son of intrepid travellers, Geoff Crowther and Korean mother, Hyungpun. My father wrote the infamous BIT guide to help the notorious hippie generation travel overland from Europe to Asia during the 70's and 80's. Afterwards, going on to be a founding writer at Lonely Planet for 20 years. I tagged along for only part of this journey.
Over nine years, I have lived and travelled across Asia and the Pacific Islands. This interaction with the world and its people has placed me in a unique position to contribute to a global conversation about the planet's most pertinent issues via creative mediums. To continue this dialogue is my life's goal.
I am a member of the @everydayclimatechange and @everydayindia photographer groups. Work has been published in international publications, books, and exhibited in galleries and forums in Europe, Australia, and the USA. Educationally, I hold a bachelors degree in environmental science and a Masters degree in environmental education.
Currently based in Seoul and available for assignments across Asia and the Pacific.