Show Notes: Ep #23 Radical Sabbatical – RV in the USA
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About the Episode
Purpose driven travel. That is what Christine Hauber has done with her 3 ½ year RV trip across the country to shed light on “Working in the USA”. As a photographer, she wanted to capture the true essence of the working people. Christine shares her story of taking the leap and overcoming the fears to make her Daydream happen.
Christine is a fine art photographer specializing in infrared and texture overlay photography. She has been a professional p
hotographer since 1995 when she started her own portrait business. In 2001, she ventured out into the back roads of the USA and traveled more than 50,000 miles in three and a half years photographing the working people of America. Her book, “Working in the USA” was published in 2006.
Working in the USA
What Amazon has to say about Working in the USA
The diversity on the pages of Working in the USA makes it an important contribution to the country’s history. Each photograph is a snapshot in time, a time when job opportunity and freedom of choice are as obvious to workers as the color of the sky. Hauber’s randomly selected subjects rarely complained about their occupations. They often expressed a belief that lack of desire and hope spells employment failure, but effort, persistence, and a focus on goals can take anyone in the United States where they want to go.