Episode 32: Cancer's Landscape
Featuring Jennifer Langille
This episode sponsored by Deuter
Jennifer Langille has been living and offroading in a Jeep, photographing and interviewing those impacted by cancer and finding parallels between the landscape she experiences on the road and the landscape navigated by those impacted by cancer.
For Jennifer, you’ll hear that things came together over a couple of years, culminating with her decision to live and offroad in her Jeep for long stints at a time, and it’s this life on the road that has not only allowed her project to take place, but her perspective as a traveler has enriched the photography work she’s doing now.
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In this episode you'll hear:
Why Jennifer decided to live out of her Jeep for her project, Photos That Unite
How she got involved with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
The two experiences that showed her she could live full time on the road
How Jennifer finds people to interview for her project
Jennifer’s thoughts on the power of story-telling, especially tough stories
The loneliness of being a cancer patient
Jennifer’s insights on the parallels between wildfires and navigating cancer
How Jennifer practices self care on the road
About the book Jennifer is creating as a result of this project
How this project has impacted her perception of doing things your own way
Resources Mentioned in the Episode:
Follow Jennifer on Instagram - @jennifer.langille
Sponsor Websites & Codes
Unless otherwise specified, photos by Jennifer Langille / @jennifer.langille
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