We’ve known Mark for quite a while now and I was super stoked to hear that his documentary Historic Camping & Teardrop Trailers was recently featured at the Spokane International Film Festival. And not only is the documentary going to make you want to purchase, refurb, or build your own teardrop camper, it is also a not-for-profit production. Each copy of the film you purchase provides funds to send a copy of the dvd to schools in the United States, England, Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, and Singapore. A win/win really. 🙂 You can also check out Mark’s blog Overland Trailer, it has some fun recipes and also has a great collection of posts about Mark building his own teardrop.
(For those of you who are new to the blog, PQ stands for Petra’s Questionnaire. Yes, I’m a big fan of the Proustian Questionnaire, and have unashamedly borrowed from it.)
PQ: Describe your approach to your art. Mark: I hope to show the world something that is Continue reading