In episode 135 we discussed what the life of an adventure photographer/videographer was like. In this week’s episode we talk with Craig Sheather about about being a travel and guide book writer including what’s involved with getting articles and books to print, and how he got into this field.
In this episodes we discuss:
During January 2020 Craig will be donating 100% of the profits from his book sales to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery and Relief Fund. So if you are planning on buying one of his two books and want to help the bushfire relief at the same time then contact Craig at [email protected] to find out more.
Email Craig: [email protected]
Facebook: Craig Sheather
Instagram Craig Sheather
The following two links will take you to the reviews of Craigs Travel Books
Wilsons Promontory – Oberon Bay
Phillip Island Victoria, Australia
Ninety Mile Beach
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