Hank recently finished his Masters in Architecture at the University of Minnesota, and converted the bus as his Master’s Final Project. He has a passion for working with his hands, and has opted to forego the traditional post-graduate job hunt in order to start his own shop. His is currently part owner of a 4’x8′ CNC router, and spends most of his time working on an array of projects from building custom furniture to machining molds for commercial glass-blowers. When he is not working, he enjoys beer and sandwiches. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin is a freelance photographer and videographer based out of Minneapolis who specializes in adventure photography. After leaving his position with the University of Minnesota photographing projects on four different continents for Earthducation, he has spent the last year taking on freelance work across North America. He’s the only member of the trip other than Hank to join along for the entire ride, and is in charge of the photography and development of this website. When he’s not getting paid to adventure, he’s doing it on his own, rock-climbing, going backcountry camping, and doing yoga on the beach. You can contact him directly via email@example.com or visit his portfolio at justinevidon.com.
Vince is Hank’s younger, more mature brother who has spent hundreds of unpaid hours helping to build the bus. Vince has a degree in Biology, and is looking forward to a career involving ecological research. He is currently spending his time tutoring and long-term substitute teaching in biology, chemistry, and the physical sciences. He enjoys reading, and is currently making his way through the works of David Foster Wallace. He also enjoys being in nature, and has been known to get lost wandering off with his binoculars after an elusive bird’s call.