Alice is a passionate world traveler, conservationist, and explorer rooted in storytelling, writing, and filmmaking. Growing up in the woods of New Hampshire, Alice has always had a love for nature, animals, and adventure. From a very young age, she had the joy of experiencing some of the world’s most special and beautiful places, starting with the white mountains and thick forests right out her front door.

In 2013, she started a travel blog and YouTube channel to share her stories, tips, and experiences with nature. Her travel blog quickly turned into 2 travel websites and there are now over 200 long-form videos from her travels all over the world.

In 2024, her show “Alice’s Adventures on Earth” made its TV debut on PBS Stations, giving her an invitation into your living rooms. This series shows Alice exploring some of our world’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders; national parks, forests, mountain ranges, beaches, and deserts.

As a writer, Alice has published content for other sites like Matador Network, Passion Passport, Outdoor Women’s Alliance, Arrivedo, Travioor, and Huffington Post.

As a stuntwoman, Alice has had the opportunity to work on some huge blockbusters like Transformers, Star Trek, Tenet, Bumblebee, and many more.

1. What got you into travel writing?
I have always loved writing, and the more I traveled the more people would ask me for my stories and advice. I love making videos but most publishers and lots of people also want to read not just watch. So travel writing for me was both a joy but also a necessity to grow my business.

2. What’s the most challenging part of being a travel journalist for you?
The constant pitching that comes with being a freelance journalist.

3. What is one thing [equipment or personal item] you can’t go without on the road?
A good attitude, and a camera.

4. What’s your most unusual and/or memorable travel experience?
Staying with a Sami Reindeer herder in the arctic circle in Norway during winter. It was COLD but also the most incredible experience of my 30’s.

5. How did you learn about NATJA and why did you join?
I wanted to be part of an organization that recognized journalists and knew several other writers in NATJA and knew this was a great organization that would give me the credentials I needed as a freelance writer.

6. What is the best piece of advice you could give to a rookie travel journalist?
Don’t lose sight of your passions and creativity and never stop creating things.

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