Angie Davis

Life Designer, storyteller. Crossing Asia with no planes, no plastics, and kids!

Angie Davis is an experienced Writer and Producer, turned filmmaker (documentary and TV) and 360 Video director and producer, with over 13 years experience in travel and lifestyle media.

Angie’s environmental and travel documentary Double Barrel toured film festivals globally, screened on inflight entertainment and has released in multiple languages. The film contributed to raising over US$4,000 to help local Peruvians have their surf breaks inducted to the National Registry of Protected
Waves. Her most recent film, The Lap of Tassie, premiered to a sold-out audience and is currently releasing globally.

Angie was the Travel Producer and Editor at Yahoo Australia, prior to this she lived in Japan for a decade as an editor and producer, specializing in travel and
social good content. Angie has worked with clients such as Temme Media, Virgin, TOMS, Patagonia, Visa, Edge TV, Yahoo!7, Garage Entertainment and more.

Angie is the co-founder of VDay Byron Bay, raising awareness for domestic violence. She herself is a abuse survivor, and has chosen to turn her story into a burning passion to turning oppression into opportunities for women of the world, using travel and media as her vehicles. She sold all her possessions in
2016 to travel full time with her two sons.

In 2016, Angie co-created storytelling and trans-media storytelling online courses with leading private university group Laureate International Universities, using technology and live media projects to educate
and give students real-life experience.

Angie represented the VR film Mothers of the Atlas at the United Nations Social Good Summit in New York City in 2016, and is currently developing a VR PenPal project connecting kids in rural Himalayan villages with kids in Australia (and beyond).

Angie’s blog site The Anicca Way and subsequent VLOG follows her journeys and projects around the world, with a goal of raising unity consciousness, and
inspiring all humans, but particularly women, to live outside the box.

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Why I’m crossing Asia with no plastics, no planes, and two kids!

by Angie Davis

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