Welcome back to another episode of the GBH Collective where we bring you the stories behind the stories from our writers and photographers all over the world.
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This week we’ve got our new Australian writer, Luke Robertson who lives in Melbourne. He’ll be sharing his experience of documenting the Mountain Goat story, and talking about some of his upcoming work for GBH.
We’ll also check in with Oliver Gray, one of our newest recruits who recently published a great interview with Chris White from White labs.
And finally, Cory Smith, our storyteller out of Brooklyn talking about his recent travels through Spain and the southwest where he connected with the guys from Arizona Wilderness.
An incredibly diverse range of topics from some great storytellers.