Our featured travel photographer, Georgina Guidotti, has traveled extensively in Asia, Europe, Africa, Central and North America, and South America as both a videographer and a photographer. Georgina’s images of oceans, skies, and landscapes evoke an almost nostalgic peacefulness.
To see Georgina’s full-size images, click on the photos throughout this post.
When did you first get into photography?
I first got into photography in high school where art and photography classes were definitely a refuge for me.
What’s your favorite travel destination and why?
I tend to gravitate towards any place that has a beach and warm weather. However, Barcelona, and the whole region of Catalunya, has had a huge impact on me in the last few years, so I’d like to keep exploring Spain in general.
What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done while traveling?
While I was in Japan, I got very sick and had to navigate the subway system of Tokyo, not to mention the city itself, on my own. Tokyo is laid out in such a way that I’m pretty sure it’s meant to get you lost forever. Being ill and unable to communicate made for a pretty disturbing experience.
What’s the most beautiful thing you’ve seen while traveling?
The Algarve coast of Southern Portugal is incredibly stunning and beyond anything I’ve seen before. I also find the people of a particular country I’m traveling in to be incredibly beautiful.
Is there anything else you want people to know about you?
I sort of love that awkward feeling one gets when traveling and being immersed in a new and unknown culture.