My name is Conrad Meyer and I am a photojournalist
living in Fort Collins, Co. I graduated from the University
of North Texas in Denton, with a BA in Photojournalism.
I have a burning passion for the photographic arts
including travel photography, urban architecture,
I have an acquired taste for travel and don’t look for the
touristy postings on the bulletin boards of the hotel lobby.
In fact, I never see a hotel lobby at all. Actually, HelpX or
WWOOF and CouchSurfing, provide the perfect
opportunity to experience things off the beaten path, and
see how the locals live.
Since the time of graduation, this Texan has participated
in a work exchange program called HelpX. It has provided
incredible opportunities to travel and document migrant
trekkers and natives throughout southern British
Columbia. In exchange for a 4-5 hours work day, we would
receive food, room and board; the idea is an immersion
into a culture and learning the ways of the local people.
While photographing and exploring the endless
possibilities the land has to offer, we did everything from
planting rows of baby arugula and harvesting Swiss chard,
to building homes with all-natural resources and living
Currently residing in Fort Collins, but always on the move,
you can find images on my site from all over the place.
This website shall provide the foundation for my
documentation of travels, locals, and other events
which I attend. Check back soon for updated material!