wanderingiPhone.com was founded in 2012 by Canadian professional photographer Andrea Rees. It began as a way to share tips on how to travel and photograph with an iPhone. wanderingiPhone has evolved to include family & intergenerational travel, responsible travel, cultural and wildlife experiences.
What you will find here:
- photography – mobile (iPhone) or mirrorless (Olympus OMD) and tips
- responsible tourism & supporting local business and artists
- family, intergenerational and solo travel stories
- wildlife encounters and experiences
- resources – photography, travel and tech gear I recommend, sites I use to book flights and accommodations, travel hacking (credit cards I use to earn points and how I redeem them).
- 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Take Your Next Photo
- Snorkeling the amazing reefs of the Florida Keys with children
- Instagrams of our family trip to South Africa
- Beyond Cape Town, in the ‘Heart’ of Khayelitsha, South Africa
- The last 30 Puppeteers of Yangon, Myanmar
- Why This Mother and Wife Travels Solo.
I enjoy sharing travel and photography tips, however, those tips don’t always make it to this blog but are shared on social media. Follow along on Instagram (& Stories), Twitter, and Facebook and feel free to connect or by email if you have any questions.
The Heart of a Woman Project (THOAW):
In May 2013, I founded The Heart of a Woman Project (THOAW). THOAW is a small grassroots initiative that partners with non-profit organizations to provide education in mobile photography and digital literacy to women impacted by poverty.
It aims to empower women to have a voice, access to the Internet, a creative outlet, and sustainable income through the sales of photographic products.
The first project was implemented at eKhaya eKasi Art & Education Centre in Khayelitsha, a township outside Cape Town, South Africa in November 2013.
Learn more about the project in Khayelitsha, South Africa and how you can get involved.