Hello and welcome to Musings Of An Explorer. My name is Bryce and I am a Freelance Writer, Explorer and Anthropologist.

MOE (Musingsofanexplorer) is a platform for stories of travel and adventure, as well as research articles on a variety of topics related to exploration.

Many of my articles are the result of an ever curious, wandering mind, thus MOE serves as a great personal outlet for creativity 😅

However, if you have a story or research article that you feel would be a good fit for MOE, I’d be excited to read it!

Please get in touch at bryce_sellers@outlook.com


Some background information on myself:

I graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Cultural Anthropology (2017). Upon graduating,  I received a research grant from The Explorers Club (explorers.org) to conduct an Ethnographic study in Southwestern Yunnan Province, China.

I have my written report posted on this blog (EC Report- Xishuanbanna, China)

Also, I wrote a travel guide for the region of Xishuangbanna, in Southeast Asia Backpacker that can be read here

Since returning from Asia, I have been busy writing and going on a few micro adventures across the lower 48. I have also lived and worked in Mt Rainier National Park in the state of Washington during the summer of 2018.

I have a strong inclination for travel writing but also for anthropological research, foreign policy and occasionally space exploration.

If you are interested in working with me, please email bryce_sellers@outlook.com




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A Winter Attempt On Ireland’s Highest Mountain: Carrauntoohil

Arriving in Kilarney in County Kerry was like a breath of fresh air after spending five days in Dublin. Not to be confused, Dublin is a fantastic city full of culture, but the hustle and bustle of the large capital city, combined with the increasing cosmopolitan vibes, provided for a welcome escape to the very … Continue reading A Winter Attempt On Ireland’s Highest Mountain: Carrauntoohil

Spotlight; Astronomer Frank Drake and The Drake Equation

  Astronomer Frank Drake, born in 1930, the same year Neil Armstrong was born, is one of the most famous and admired Astronomers of the late 20th century. He is best known for the ground breaking Drake equation but has also been involved in a number of other successful projects. Career At a young age, … Continue reading Spotlight; Astronomer Frank Drake and The Drake Equation

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