Matt Flick

Volunteer: Matt Flick

Bio:

I went to Texas Tech University and got my BFA in Graphic Design. I worked in advertising for several years but always had a secret dream to join the Peace Corps. Then when the economic downturn happened I was laid off and chose to turn this experience into an overwhelmingly positive one by starting my application for the Peace Corps. One year later I found myself on a plane over the Atlantic en route to Namibia in Southern Africa. I am now a English and IT teacher in the city of Rundu in North-Eastern Namibia.

2010 - 2012


Contributions from Matt Flick

  1. Zimbabwe The Road to the Zambezi

    This was taken on the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls at sunset. I was trying to take a picture to highlight how terrible the road as a result of the constant rain poured on it that is generated by the spray of the falls. In the end, with the sun filtering through the clouds of mist the picture turned out really romantic.

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.