Julia: XplorMor Founder, Explorer, Photographer
Julia’s Xplorer Journals cover a wide array of topics from the 48 countries she has explored, including mysterious petroglyphs in the Darien Gap, alligators in Everglades National Park, hiking solo on The Lakes Trail in the High Sierras of Sequoia National Park, living as the only foreigner in a rural South Korean town, and being dropped by helicopter on Taku Glacier in the Juneau Ice-field. Most recently Julia traversed the Republic of Cuba to aid Biologists from the University of Georgia and Professors from the University of Havana with documenting Cuban insects.
As an avid outdoorswoman Julia’s photography, lectures and publications cover landscapes, wildlife, Peoples, monuments, and sites from the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Central America to Europe, Russia and Asia. She aims to promote the preservation of our world, cultures, scientific and natural heritage through photography and written documentation.
To date her photos and collected data have been used for international map publications, journal articles, travel guides, ebooks, calendars and photographic archives including several supporting UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Her work inspires others from around the globe to get out there, photograph, explore more and share!