Calum from The ROLLING HOME | Traveler and Creative Director

Could you please introduce yourself? 

My name is Calum Creasey, I am 26 years old and I was born in the UK

 

JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be.

How did you guys come up with the idea of THE ROLLING HOME?

We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be.

 

JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be. JECKYBENG – an urban outdoor brand from bavaria for quality goods to venture out. He works with a team of sustainability geeks, Journalists, Textile engineers, Entrepreneurs, Photographers and storytellers. What they all have in common is the love of being in nature. The Rolling Home. Calum Creasey and Lauren Smith. We bought our van 6 years ago as a basic empty panel van. After years of converting it and traveling all over Europe we wanted a way for sharing our memories. Something to inspire others to pursue their own adventures and dreams, a way of showing how simple owning and travelling in a van can be.

 

On which project/s are you working on right now?

We recently introduced The Rolling home Journal – a quarterly print publication/magazine. Through which we hope to document other people stories of living in campervans and travelling in vehicles of all kinds. A place to celebrate a wonderful community that spans the world, as well as becoming a valuable resource for technical knowledge and advice.

We are still in the early stages but we are really excited about the initial response to the project.

 

What do you do for a living?

I run Stokedeversince  a small creative studio that specialises in photography, filmmaking and design. My day to day job is usually running around with a camera in hand or working on our van.

 

Is there any favourite country/spot? And why?

We travelled to Scandinavia for the first time in the van a few years ago, since then we have found ourselves drawn back to the place. Maybe it is the ease of finding empty wilderness, or the stunning landscapes and happly people. We have dreams of one day building a cabin on a small piece of land near the Baltic sea.

 

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Calum: This is always a difficult question to answer. I try to not look that far ahead, but by nature I am a planner. I would like to have built a platform that is used by a large community of people. Something that allows for positivity and promotes happiness throughout the pursuit of adventure.

 

I hope our van is running smoothly and we still find the allure of traveling as exciting as we did when we were young.

 

What make you happy?

Waking up in our rolling home together with as little worries as possible.

 

What springs to mind for the following keywords

– Social Media  – Community

– Music – Happiness

– Role Model/s – My friends

– Flow – Simplicity

– Inspiration  The world around me

-Adventure – Forever

Have a look at THE ROLLING HOME Book and other nice things here: STOKEDEVERSINCE