The AFP launches on a new National Geographic site!


That’s right folks, National acquired our project and featured it on a new Travel website.  We’ve been working on handing over the content to them for the past few months, and we’re excited to finally see the AFP under the yellow border.  After more than two years of planning, traveling, and editing, we’re so excited to have our project culminate here.  We could not have thought of a better ending.  We’re also hoping the AFP will now reach a much larger audience.  Check out the galleries and newly-edited videos.  There’s even a new one about Andrew and me “on the road”.

Posted by Ross, posted on 04/08/2010 at 4:49pm. Bookmark this post.


  1. Posted 04/11/2010 at 4:41am

    Mark P:

    So very cool. Shared it with friends and maybe some strangers too. It was neat to click through those photos again. So many good ones.

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