Flemming Bo Jensen

Many people dream of quitting their day jobs, leaving everything behind and living a life of full-time travel. Very few people actually resolve to do it.

My guest for this episode of the podcast, Flemming Bo Jensen, is one of the few who did.

Flemming Bo is an official Fujifilm X-photographer from Denmark who only comes out at night. He is a music photographer and all his work is done in dark clubs and venues. Music, especially electronic music, is a big part of what makes his heart beat, and being able to combine music and photography is a dream come true to him.

Since November 2009 he has lived as a nomad. He was the former Head of IT in a Danish Government agency, but wanted to see new horizons and left Copenhagen and his job in 2009.

He has been on the road for more than six years now, and he am still wandering the world, although he can usually be found in Copenhagen during the summer months, enjoying the music festivals.

He is also a member of KAGE, an international photography collective.

In the interview, I asked Flemming Bo about what moved him to take on a completely new lifestyle and his suggestions for those who would like to follow in his footsteps.

Duration 30m 27s.

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Music for this episode: “Zanzibar” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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TTIM 27 – Living The Nomadic Life with Flemming Bo Jensen
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