Filmmaker Converts Cargo Van into Mobile Home-Office

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There are a lot of mainstream stereotypes aimed at those who have the gumption to live an alternative lifestyle. Live off the grid in a solar-powered home? Well, then you must be a tree-hugging hermit living out in the boonies. Believe in zero-waste? Then you must be a hippie zealot. Anyway, as you can imagine, stereotypes can be inaccurate at best, and hurtful at the worst, but the conventional response to someone who’s living out of their vehicle is that they must be too poor to afford an apartment, or some irresponsible, slacker millennial with no direction.

Busting all of these stereotypes is American filmmaker Zach Both, who has been living in this converted ten-year-old Chevy cargo van for the past year. It’s a home and mobile filmmaking studio all rolled into one modernist package on wheels.

One Response to Filmmaker Converts Cargo Van into Mobile Home-Office

  1. Anon says:

    Slick…

    wouldn’t mind one myself.

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