From the Amazon to Everest, Fiji to Peru, Alison Teal grew up traipsing the globe in the company of her parents, yoga teacher Deborah Koehn and wilderness photographer David Blehert. She lived in ashrams and remote villages, studied with yogis and was cradled by medicine men.
Now 28, Alison has traded her parents for a pink surfboard and a camel, but little else has changed. She has taken on the torch of exploration, sustainability, love and inspiration. With the help of photographer Sarah Lee, the adventurous filmmaker goes in search of endangered wisdom and surfs the Earth’s collective soul to share the stories and magic of
the world in her film series Alison’s Adventures.
Interview by Cynthia Sciberras Photos Sarah Lee