Kevin Wenning is the founder of Intentionally Lost, a new bicycle and photography tour company that will offer its first adventure in the fall of 2018.
While Kevin has many years of studio and commercial photography work under his belt, he realized that he was most happy when traveling, and even happier when he was traveling on a bike and taking photographs along the way. So, after looking at both photography and biking together, he suddenly felt he’d found a business niche he could focus on.
“I decided to create the bike photography tours when I couldn’t find a cycling vacation that caters to photography enthusiasts. I love to travel. I love to ride. I love to practice my photography — especially when I travel,” says Kevin.
“I get the most out of my travel and photography — and generally all endeavors — when I can see somebody else’s face light up because I’ve introduced them to an experience they probably never would have tried on their own.”
His first destination is Morocco, scheduled for October 2018. The group will ride through and photograph the city of Chefchaouen, known for its blue-washed buildings; visit Roman ruins, the historical capital of Fes, and the sand dunes of the Sahara, as well as ride over the highest mountain pass in Morocco before ending the tour in Marrakech.
Kevin’s already scouting and planning for a 2019 bike photography tour adventure to New Zealand – cycling from Christchurch and then down the West coast to Queenstown.
To learn more, go to his website, Intentionally Lost.