Jetplane Jean was created to offer an honest approach to travel and all the misadventures real, regular humans encounter throughout. I focus on slow travel, road trips throughout North America, and provide guides on how to improve your photography. Working as a full-time photographer in New York City, I’m always available for hire, find my current list of offerings here.
Recently introduced to the world of traveling more than once a year, I already have posts on getting searched at the border in Canada, feeling stuck in Iceland, and my obsession with New Mexico. After moving to New York City in June, I plan on spending most of the next year exploring each of the boroughs to make up for a very strict subletting lease and traveling in-between.
Call me Cassidy or just plain Cass, never Cassie. My middle name, Jean, was given to me in honor of one of the strongest women I knew. She taught me how less is more, and most importantly how to, “just say no.” Every time I begin to type a new post, I think of how I can use it to empower and motivate others to take a strong stance on their own lives in a way my grandmother always insisted I did with mine.
When I was younger, a friend had a Halloween party where they brought in a fortune-teller. All of my friends received the great news that they would, “make a ton of money!” or “get married and have two kids!” or “you will live in a big home by the sea!” where mine simply read, “you will travel far and often.” A part of me as a child felt cheated, I didn’t want to travel, I wanted to make money and live in a big house by the beach. Little baby Cass even tried trading one of the girls my slip of paper for the, “make a ton of money!” Hey, can’t blame me for trying.
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