Sean is an illegal weed farmer somewhere in the Northern California mountains.
Sean grows cannabis on a private piece of land. He does not own the land, his boss does. So they will share the profit. But Sean does all the work by himself. From building the greenhouses, taking care of the plants, cutting and trimming to scaling, packing and delivering the final product.
Around him, hundreds of people are doing the same. All around those mountains, called the "Emerald triangle" people are in the weed business.
From January to May 2016, I volunteered with All Hands in Nepal as part of their earthquake recovery program. I was quickly enrolled and trained into demolition. Because of the gas crisis the country was facing, All Hands needed to save on transportation costs. To avoid multiple weekly trips back and forth the working sites, the demolition teams started installing temporary camp while working in a specific area. Therefore, becoming "Mobile Demolition Teams"...
During the four months I spent in Nepal volunteering with a disaster relief NGO, I got the chance to meet a large amount of Nepali people. I was always impressed by their kindness and the resilience facing the aftermath of 2015 earthquake.