Welcome to my GRRR Inspired FAM! I know many of you want to see me continue traveling and making videos for you. I get it. I do a lot of jobs and try to work with travel sponsors to make this travel YouTube/blog life work. Sometimes, it’s not enough. Here’s rad ways you can help me by helping yourself!
Here’s ways you can keep me on the road so I make travel videos !
I used to feel uncomfortable asking for help. But the plain truth is, I create a lot of informational, inspirational and artistic value through my videos and blogs. For free. Many travelers use my adventures as an itinerary reference and springboard for their own trips. But I creating these resources requires equipment and entails expenses. The only way I can continue doing this for others is to ask for support from a growing family that appreciates what I do. On Patreon, I have perks, ranging from access to my Patreon feed, my Secret Facebook Group, behind-the-scenes moment of my process or my blog business. You get access to videos I won’t share with the public and occasional Google Hangouts.
This is for fellow Creators! Patreon knows being a creator is hard work. Providing continuous artistic value to an audience is not easy, so they created a referral program. If you start your own Patreon account and use my referral code, Patreon will match 50% of your first month’s earnings on Patreon (so if you made $1,000, Patreon would give you an extra $500) and I’ll get a referral percentage! Win-win!
GRRR Inspired Patrons
A heart-felt thanks to all of my GRRR-Inspired Patron rockstars, both on this list and not. These awesome folks have hit a goal perk, which helps fuel the ongoing work I do creating free travel guides, YouTube videos and travel inspiration. At the most, the FAM on this list has helped me afford equipment to trip accommodations. At the least, they provide emotional support and friendship during my struggles and will not be forgotten. This GRRR fam contributes either via our ongoing Patreon campaign or one-time donation, which goes to blog maintenance, video production expenses, and content creation.
The Executive Producer Level
Mike Shubic |Mike’s Road Trip
Duncan Bradford |UkandooAcademy.com
Camera Operator Level
Thanks so much to my one-time patrons and my Casting Director to Production Assistant patrons. Everyone plays a magical role in my creations and I am grateful.