“We Don’t Need The Amenities, So Why Pay For Them?” On The Road With America’s Nomads

Following the death of their son, they dropped everything, purchased an RV, and hit the road.  Four years later, they’re yet to look back.  “They” are the aunt and uncle of Seattle photographer Andrew Waits, and the inspiration for his latest “photographic investigation” into the lives of people for whom a vehicle represents “not just a mode of transportation, but a means of shelter and sustainability.”

Traveling up and down the western coast of the US, Andrew presents candid portraits of modern-day nomads and their alternative American lifestyle.

Source: Andrew Waits

If nothing else, these images really do show that people can (and do) lead fulfilling lives even when lacking the standard fixtures of the American dream.

Show others what life on the road is really like.