Robert is a travel writer, videographer and speaker who prefers to travel a little differently. He doesn’t travel for the sake of seeing places, but to see what happens when you reach that location. He taps into his childhood dreams and lets the trips make them real. For 15 years, Robert has been a spokesperson for Lonely Planet as well as numerous television shows, to talk about new and interesting travel trends. Currently, he is the Digital Nomad for Natural Geographic Traveler where he investigates how people experience the world and encourages them to travel like travel writers.
Robert’s YouTube Channel, “76-Second Travel Show,” is a fresh and fun take on how to explore the world and experience new destinations (although the videos are not always 76 seconds long like Billy Joel’s Long Island Tour). From meeting a geologist in Wyoming who made him a tuna sandwich, to getting clarinet lessons in St. Lucia, Robert shows his followers what the world and media often overlook: traveling is fun!