The search for what is out there | Trey Ratcliff | TEDxQueenstown

Many people may have artistic heroes. Trey, as a master of imagery is the creator of so many visuals that burn into our mind and particularly arrest our own notion of what is real. Trey meanders with us through important moments in his life, beginning with some difficulty and then realising in hindsight that sometimes you must ‘stumbl(e) into your own greatness’.

Best known for his blog ‘Stuck In Customs’ which became the #1 travel photography blog on the internet, Trey Ratcliff uses HDR photography to enlighten, surprise and entertain. Starting early with his sharing Google quickly tracked billions of views, which to him, is still mind boggling. Originally from Texas, Trey now calls Queenstown, New Zealand home.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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