Explore your passion through real-life storytelling assignments and mentorships.
The winner will be announced on November 27, 2018Find out more
Are you an aspiring travel photographer, filmmaker or writer? This is your chance to turn your passion into a profession.
Each year we send talented travelers like you into the field to capture the world’s stories while learning from seasoned industry professionals.
Our Travel Scholarship winners receive:
Past winners having gone on to work in film production, with major publishers, and have had their scholarship work broadcast to hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
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Before the scholarship I had been making videos by my own and publishing them through my travel website, but after the scholarship my skills had improved, I had much more storytelling resources and also great material to show in my reel.
Follow Jigar's journey to India as he's mentored by professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey, and connects with the people of Kerala.
Kaushal shares his experience as he delves into the rich history and scenery of the Balkans as a winner of the 2017 Travel Writing Scholarship.
Helen hones her writing skills as she travels through Albania and Montenegro as a winner of the 2017 Travel Writing Scholarship.
As a winner of the 2017 Travel Writing Scholarship, Alexander shares his experience as he discovers Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia.
As a winner of the 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship, Madeline discovers the life of a travel writer.
Follow Joshua's journey to the hill station town of Sapa in northern Vietnam where he captures the story of a social enterprise empowering ethnic minorities through responsible tourism.
Professional photographer Jody MacDonald can't give you a short-cut, but she can offer some great advice to focus your efforts and harness your passion.
Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or casual travel snapper, learn to capture the spectacle from pro photographer & mentor, Richard I’Anson.
Alison Wright's job is to find compassion in a world of chaos and give people a voice. Here she breaks down what it takes to be a photojournalist.
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