interview with The Rhodes Project
I spent two lucky, life-changing years at Oxford studying the history of science, reading expedition narratives like it was my job (and it was! bliss!), hanging out with amazing classmates I'm fortunate to call friends, and waiting for the one day a year I could ski to class.
Here's a characteristically meandering interview about my time across the pond, the meaning of exploration in this modern day and age, and my obsession with borders and other ambiguities, brought to you by The Rhodes Project.
"There’s nothing wrong with holidays, but I mostly prefer adventures – until I’m having one..."
–from the interview