Life in a Tiny House

I've been living out of cars, tents, and couches for the past 2 years as a travel photographer... So when the Wyoming Office of Tourism reached out to me offering 6 weeks in my own tiny house, I jumped on it! I love the idea of customizing a home to be as small, and efficient as possible, and the best part - making it mobile. I've been in Wyoming for a little over two weeks now, and I'm currently in my 3rd campsite. I started on the edge of Buffalo Bill State Park's reservoir, then went river-side to Wind River County. It's been such a great way to experience the different landscapes the Wind River County has to offer. Away from the crowds, where the stars shine bright.

The house is just over 200 square feet, and has every amenity you could want: shower, toilet, full size fridge, oven, stove, running water, washer and dryer... It's the smallest, yet most functional place I've stayed in. Not to mention most stylish.

I consider the Tiny House movement as somewhere between Van Life, and conventional life. This house convinces me that it's a real home, yet, it only takes about 30 minutes to hook it up to a truck and get it on the road. It's a perfect blend of comfort and portability for a full time travel photographer like myself. 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Travel Wyoming . The opinions and text are all mine.