Gregory Rodgers

  • Greg Rodgers has been traveling the world as an award-winning freelance writer, editor, and photographer since 2006, and he has lived in or traveled through more than 20 countries.
  • Greg is the founder and editor of several travel blogs, including Startbackpacing.com and Vagabondinglife.com, and his work has been featured in Leisure Travel Southeast Asia magazine, and LexScene Magazine.
  • He did work for the Sarawak Tourism Board to promote the Rainforest World Music Festival and adventure travel in Borneo.
  • He has been featured as a travel expert in ​Kentucky Living magazine, in Brave New Traveler magazine, in The Globe and Mail, and on Vagabondish.com.

Experience

Greg Rodgers is a former writer for TripSavvy and has lived in or traveled to more than 20 countries. He is the founder and editor of Startbackpacking.com and Vagabondlife.com and is considered a voice for vagabonding and location-independent lifestyles. Greg's travelogues and articles have been featured in print and across the web.

He did work for the Sarawak Tourism Board to promote the Rainforest World Music Festival and adventure travel in Borneo. He has also been featured as a travel expert in ​Kentucky Living magazine, in Brave New Traveler magazine, in The Globe and Mail, and on Vagabondish.com.

Education

Greg Rodgers studied electrical engineering, computer science, and Russian language at the University of Kentucky.

Awards and Publications
  • Solas Best Travel Writing of 2014: Silver prize
  • 2008 SpongeFish Travel Moment contest
  • 2007 Gonzo Travel Writing award

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