Travel Reality show, TRAVELING EXPOSED host Willow Jon spontaneously spins a globe picking a destination at random, then he must travel there and not only survive, but thrive for one week with no money, contacts, guidebooks, or maps to see what happens when imagination becomes the new form of currency.
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In the fall of 2009 I took a trip to Thailand, Cambodia, and Loas. I spent three months with my video camera and my guitar filming and playing music. I visited the spiritual temples of Anchor Watt in Cambodia, chartered a slow boat down the Mekong river for seven days, and did some adrenalin pumping deep water solo rock climbing in Ton Sai. Everyday I was singing songs, dancing, and making friends with people of different cultures from all over the world. Spontaneous adventure at it’s best. As my English mate Simon would say. “It was pure Genius!”
A music video for “Third Person.” It’s about how we have so many parts to our personalities, bodies, minds, and spirits. Willow Jon river rafts, laughs, dances, plays music, makes friends with everyone including mischievous little monkeys, swims in a volcanic mud bath and continues his world wide tour of joy through Columbia and Ecuador. Enjoy!
Willow Jon continues his world adventures with a trip to South America where his curiosity, enthusiasm, and gigantic appetite for adventure are even bigger than ever. Animals, smiles, music, butterflies, pristine beaches, laughter and more. What else could your ask for?
A passion for reaching new heights inside comes from pushing yourself to fail and overcome your fears. A climbing film from the WIld Mind Film Camp in the Methow Valley of Twisp Washington with Paul Butler and Larry Goldie of North Cascades Mountain Guides. Music by FFA. July 2012
Willow Jon hits Broadway like a bullet, acting in the 2010 Seattle 48 hour film project. The film went on to win best editing. Written and directed by Taylor park.
For more on 48 film projects: http://www.48hourfilm.com/