Jamie lives in New York City and works as an advisor in natural resource and financial markets. Outside of work, he volunteers for a humanitarian non-profit serving the people and resources of the Himalayas.
Peter Gjovik spends his 9-5 hours working as a marketing coordinator for a Portland non-profit. Outside of work, Peter is a photographer, videographer, and started a company with two friends called The Good Camp.
Jens Rasmussen is an actor, adventurer, and activist living in Brooklyn. Jens famously wore his W&P button-down for 33 days straight while hiking hundreds of miles through the Serengheti for Nat Geo's TV show, Mygrations.
Jacob Jonas lives and works in Los Angeles as a director, choreographer, and artistic director. We recently caught up with this talented 24 year old to discuss entrepreneurship, his dance company, and where he sources his inspiration.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Chris now spends his time traveling the world while getting his Ph.D in Computer Science and Natural Language Processing. We found time in Chris's busy schedule to catch up and get his thoughts on tech, travel, and of course his favorite Wool&Prince shirts.
Cole is a Los Angeles based photographer and videographer with a knack for storytelling. He recently met up with fellow photographer, Christopher Kerksieck, for a national parks road trip sponsored by a handful of brands, including Wool&Prince.
Four buddies embarked on a cross-country journey with our rolling pop-up shop, the Wool Peddler. Starting in Brooklyn, New York and ending in Portland, Oregon, the guys visited sites across the country and took turns snapping some incredible pictures.
Fletcher Hukari is a man of many interests, an orchardist, mountaineer, and aspiring filmmaker to name a few. He lives in Oregon's beautiful Hood River Valley where his family has been farming for four generations.
Brian’s closest pals affectionately call him Doc, and know him best for his work as a designer and graphic visionary. He’s spent over a decade in illustration, logo design and branding, beautifying everything from Engadget’s Expand Conference to fellow Field Tester Darren Murph’s book, Living The Remote Dream.
This globetrotting emergency medicine doctor hasn't ever lived in the same town for more than 5 years—and now Amir Gafur is on the camping trip of a lifetime. In his Q&A, he shares his tips on maintaining work-life balance and what makes for an ideal camping buddy.
Tim Stevens has been called the Nicest Guy in Tech by Fortune, and has roamed the spaces covering both technology and automotive for almost 20 years. These days, he spends his precious free time cycling along tranquil roads in upstate New York, but is most commonly found drifting around a track in a loaned supercar.
Mark has worked in fashion, finance, and photography for a decade, and currently serves as Head of Digital Marketing and E-Commerce at Away. When he’s not traveling or shooting his Nikon FG, he’s working to build the most impressive luggage brand the world has ever seen.
The Guinness Book of World Records bestowed Darren with the title of "Most Prolific Blogger on the Planet" for his work with Engadget. He's still writing at various publications, and has since branched out to travel more, write his own book, and consult.
Aside from being the Chief Content Officer for an agency in Seattle, Dane has a few fiction books to his name, ditched his car for a sailboat, and has a knack for making the perfect cocktail.
This professional runner has his eyes set on the 2016 Olympic Trials. After being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease in 2007 and going through the ups and downs of treatment, Brandon recently had the race of his life (to date) and ran a sub 4 minute mile.
After a post-college stint in L.A., this Seattle native returned to the Pacific NW, where he's a photographer for Nordstrom, hikes and bikes around town, and recently founded a company that allows him to mix his profession with his passions...
This young jetsetter has done more since graduating from college than most of us do in a lifetime: Founded two companies, lived on three continents and mastered the art of productivity (hint: sometimes it involves playing hooky in a cafė).
Din is owner and chef of the cultishly popular Cheeky Sandwiches in NYC. He opened the business in between traveling the world for shoots and shows as a professional model.
Like a lot of young people, this Portland native is looking for a dream job at a small, growing business. He currently works alongside his father at his family’s print shop, and spends his downtime outside—surfing, running, and climbing.
Tyler Sharp is a photographer, writer, and filmmaker based out of Dallas, Texas. He specializes in environmental portraiture, americana & western lifestyle, travel, and adventure documentary.
Charlie and his wife co-founded Brooklyn Forest School to share their love of the outdoors and the importance of play-based learning for young children.
Originally from Portland, Peter Smith moved to San Francisco to manage the wholesale operations for Sightglass coffee.
The Beavers are a San Francisco-based bike polo team with two World Championships and three North America Championships.
Ben Warehime is a brooklyn-based woodworker/fabricator and the man behind our rolling pop-up shop, the Wool Peddler.
Aaron Flack left his NYC consulting gig last year and embarked on a 17,000 mile road trip.Now he’s back in NYC working at a digital entertainment studio with a new appreciation for city life.
Andrew Cook is a musician-artist-writer-soccer enthusiast who spends his time between Nashville and Los Angeles.
Peter Williams is a producer at 72andSunny, an ad agency in LA. He shoots documentaries, surfs, paints, and runs ridiculously long distances in his free time.