What is Project Pilgrim?
PROJECT PILGRIM IS MY EFFORT TO WORK TOWARDS NORMALIZING MENTAL HEALTH.
In May, 2016 I walked the 1000km Camino de Santiago and along the way interviewed and photographed people I met and engaged them in a discussion around mental health.
The outcome of my trip is a website and a printed book capturing the comments, insights, and portrait photographs of those that I met.
I hope that this collection of ideas can further the conversation that needs to continue around mental health.
The book was pre-sold through a Kickstarter campaign which ran over the course of March, 2016 in order to offset the costs of this project. The Book is available for purchase at this link.
Project Pilgrim has its own, separate website (projectpilgrim.org) that I encourage you all to spend time looking through. The site includes over 40 guest blogs, the story of Project Pilgrim, the photos from my trip across Spain, and several blogs that I have personally written. Below is a gallery of photos I took for this project.
Project Pilgrim's largest audience was on social media. Click the links below to follow Project Pilgrim.