Cebo Campbell

10 Places I Will Visit Before I Die

Everyday, I sit at my computer and hammer out as much creative stuff as I can in a day. Most days, that is no problem. But, sometimes, I need a change of scenery, some movement, some action, some newness to stir me. Traveling is my favorite way to get things shakin’. Even if it is a mini-trip to the beach near my house or leaving the office to work out of a coffeeshop for the day, for me small changes can produce big results in the way of productivity and inspiration. On occasion, though, I need something huge, something that will do more than just stir, but stagger…something so awesome it completely changes the way I see everything after experiencing it. On those occasions, only a big time adventure to will do. So, before I die, I will be packing up the wife and kids and heading out to adventure, to see some of the world’s most amazing wonders. Here are a few I will be checking out in the coming years…you’re welcome to join me.

1. Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway

2. Four Seasons Hotel – Bora Bora

3. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

4. Seljalandsfoss Waterfall on the South Coast of Iceland

5. Petra – Jordan (at night)

6. Riomaggiore, Italy

7. Sky Lantern Festival – Taiwan.

8. Norway

9. Yushan National Park, Taiwan

10. Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Adding an eleventh, because I dig caves…

11. Devetashkata Cave – Bulgaria

and adding an twelfth because my wife is Irish and she loves her some clovers…

12. Ben Bulben at County Sligo, Ireland

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I am an author and a Creative Director.

As a full-time creative (VP of Creative Services at Spherical), I spend most days writing in the nooks and crannies of my available time. I wake up at 5:30am just to get in a few hours putting words on paper. I write on the train. I write on planes. I write waiting in lines. I feel I have to write. The reason is simple: representation.

I often tell the story of Ferris Bueller; a kid who decides to skip school and, on charm alone, steals a car, impersonates a cop, drinks underage, tampers with computers, and at every step exposes his best friends to peril, only to go home and fall asleep with his mother to kiss him into sweet dreams. I asked myself if Ferris were Trayvon Martin, how might that story end? I know the answer. So do you. And this is why representation is so important. I aim to contribute more stories into the world that diversely feature regular (but beautiful) lives made extraordinary. Art, I believe, is the only way to accomplish this. All my creative work is inspired by and aims to add to all the great work in the world.