Joseph Pallante

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Location
Austin, Texas
School
Stephen F. Austin State University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Expertise
Off-Grid Tech, Photography And Digital Media, Motorbikes And Campervans
  • Joe has traveled to nearly 40 countries, some of the highlights being motorbiking across Laos and Vietnam, road-tripping Japan, and exploring the rainforests of Borneo.
  • He retrofitted a 1985 Ford Courier Ute into a campervan with full solar and electrical for an off-grid workstation.
  • Joe's enthusiasm for writing is rooted in taking complex technical information and reframing it into something accessible and enjoyable for his readers.

Experience

Joe's background ranges from working with tech startups in Shanghai to a nomadic campervan lifestyle in New Zealand. This exposure has shown him how technology can enhance our connection with different cultures and the natural world. His love for macro photography, capturing nature's minutiae, has informed his writing for outlets like The Mushroom and PhotographyCourse.net. His published writing has spanned consumer tech, travel, camping, automotive, photography, and science.

Education

Joseph earned his BBA from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. He also studied Chinese Mandarin at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
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