My name is Stephen, and I am an itinerant American expat traveling the world and taking my pictures. Before I "got a life" I was a commercial banker for thirty years, and a (very) young Marine Corps Sergeant in Vietnam. I've been snapping shutters for over sixty years, and finally turned professional in 2009. I created my company Indochine Photography International that same year, and it's still going strong. I left the USA in early 2012 to pursue my lifelong dream of photographing the world, and interacting with its many wonderful and diverse cultures & communities. Shortly after arriving in Yucatan, Mexico, I spent a year as the "staff photographer" for The Yucatan Times newspaper. Since I've been on the road, and living the expat life, I've adopted the decidedly non-American philosophy of: Live Simple; Live Cheap; Live Free. You are invited to visit my website Indochine Photography International, and my travel blog Expat Journal at: www.IndochinePhotography.com. I wish you many happy days of capturing your own very special memories.