Underwater photographer Tony Wu has been featured in the “How I Travel” column on Lifehacker.com. He describes his lifestyle as a full-time professional photographer: “In the past 10 or 15 years I’ve been on the road somewhere between nine and 11 months a year. I come [home] mostly to drop off clothes and get new clothes and gear.” And he notes; “I’ve been dealing with nature for over two decades, so certainly there’s been a lot of variation. But it cycles in and out. The things I’ve seen [in the past year and a half] are outside the band of what I’ve experienced.”
To see the full interview, check out Lifehacker.com.