Writer and photographer Nicholas Gill is the editor/publisher of New World Review. He lives in Lima, Peru and Brooklyn, New York. His work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CondeNast Traveler, National Geographic Traveler, Afar, and many others. Visit his personal website (nicholas-gill.com) for more information.
Greg de Villiers, a South African food photographer and travel writer, lives – for now – in Buenos Aires. To see more of his work, visit: gregdevilliers.com. To find out more about his life philosophy, sit yourself down in the most beautiful place you can imagine, with the best bottle of wine you can find, and drink it all; slowly, lovingly but all of it, down to the very. last. drop.
Huw Hennessy, a UK travel writer and journalist, lives in the green countryside of Devon, southwest England. The lure of Latin America has led him astray for 25 years or so, with a particular soft spot for the wildlife and the people. Check out his new book, a guide to Rio de Janeiro, published by the AA (Automobile Association).
Maria del Carmen Pottage, as a good Peruvian, has a crush on all things food. Currently, she is a graduate student in Food Studies at NYU, with an emphasis on Food Culture.
Natalia Cartney is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Her interest is in indigenous cultures as well as subcultures existing within the mainstream, and her work has been published in various social issue and travel magazines.
Rodrigo Llauro is a photographer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He intends to capture, through film and photographs, the ideological and cultural perspectives of the communities he encounters in his travels. Photographs of his investigations have been displayed in several exhibitions.
Tessa Liebman lives in her hometown of Brooklyn but loves to travel; inspired by the outposts much of the rest of the world has sprouted up around her since childhood. She has been cooking for the last ten-plus years and as a traveling chef always manages to spend way too much money on salt and spend more time than companions can bear in supermarkets and markets of all kinds, including her other favorite, flea markets. You can find her inspirations on her tumblr page, Whet, and check out what she does in the kitchen at tessaliebman.com.
Ted Campbell left the US ten years ago to pursue a life of adventure, first in Asia and now Latin America. He writes about travel, music, culture, food, and mountain biking. He lives in Mexico, travels as much as he can, and writes a blog called No Hay Bronca.