Brianna Lopez is a Photographer, Director and Producer. Brianna started creating visually in 2012 in Philadelphia and has since taken her artistry to Los Angeles in early 2015. Working with a diverse client base, Brianna is recognized for her intimate candid captures that show emotional easiness and isolation. She has worked in the fields of music, marketing, fashion, editorial and commercial photography. She is a traveler at heart and lives for open spaces and landscapes that aid in her visual content creativeness.
She obtained her BA in English from West Chester University picking up photography and film during her senior year. Though she did not go to school for either, Brianna has an extensive background in production and photography. Brianna is a dynamic spirit whose goal is to create beautiful, but more importantly, emotionally impactful imagery that is timeless.
Travel is the epitome of my life's education. Travel is where I learn who I am and what Im becoming.
Outdoors. The world in all is a fascinating place. Everywhere I go I learn more about the world and who I am.
Africa, Fiji, Mangolia, India, Easter Island, remote islands, Baja California.
New year's in Dubai 2014
I want to learn about culture and the people of various cultures. I want to learn about myself and how I can help change the world.
Diversity, knowledge, experience
Hi Kristen, This is great to hear as I am also stepping into that space of helping people take sabbaticals. My sweet spot however are month long stays designed to do some reprogramming, organizing and inner reflections for overall clarity. Online plat... show more
Hi Dave, Hmmm I would say for me when I first started I just went for it meaning I didn't dive too deep into making sure everything made sense. As I became more comfortable then I just began to rely heavily on what I acquired from the previous trip. ... show more
Hi Ugur, Yup! These are great suggestions and would be very helpful in those situations, destination familiarity, time constraints, specialized knowledge and comfort level which are all based on someone having actual on the ground experience with. Its... show more
Hi Angie, This is great and I agree with the points that you make. It is a one step at a time ordeal that you can only learn fro experience over time. Even though solo traveling is becoming more popular most people still don't solo travel. I sit and o... show more
Hey guys, I've been a fulltime traveller for almost five years now; leaving behind a career in finance and IT sales. Being a traveller on either side of the pandemic meant a lot of things...good and bad. One definite con has been the increasing price of accommodation, specifically related to Airbnb. When I first began roaming the world in 2019, Airbnb was my default option for places to stay, and it worked well. Lots of supply. Reasonable prices. Reliable. Safe. Since the pandemic, it's just not a viable long-term solution. So here's how I overcame the challenge of finding a reasonably priced alternative to Airbnb: 1. Often the same accommodation is also listed on booking.com. Compare to see if you can save on costs. 2. Try and contact the owner directly to see if there's an opportunity to save by paying cash in hand. Note: I've had mixed experiences with this one. 3. It's funny how many hosts know other hosts! If you've connected well with your host - find out who their fr...
Hi, my name is Benoit and I'm passionate about how technology can disrupt the travel industry and ultimately lead to a better end-user experience. I have been conducting numerous interviews over the past few weeks to gain insights into the way people curate, organize and share travel content, with the final objective of identifying opportunities to innovate in this space. I intend to share my preliminary findings across a series of discussions on Travel Massive to engage with the community. The first topic relates to the main information channels used by travellers to discover a specific destination and learn about where to go and what to do. Below a summary from the interviews: - Friends / Family: For 67% of interviewees, friends and family’s word-of-mouth play a significant role in picking the next destination and 42% rely on their recommendations to know what to do on the ground. - Social Media: 75% of interviewees mention social media, and specifically Instagram, as as key ...
Starting a thread to share our travel plans for this year. Where are you headed? What activities are you planning? Any advice you need help with from other members? Share and ask away! My plans so far are: Kitesurfing in Greece in June, wakeboarding in Bulgaria, and maybe an overland adventure in Oman.