Simply said, Nick Miller is addicted to adventure and travel. Where most of us dream of places we’d love to visit and adventures we want to take, Nick is checking off his bucket list at a record pace. Which is very impressive when you consider that at just 31 years old, he has founded 4 companies, has a degree in Mechatronics Engineering and somehow fit in the time to travel to more than 30 countries, capturing his adventures with spectacular photography.
For Nick, photography is not just about taking awe-inspiring images. Instead he posts these images on social media as a means of motivating and challenging his audience to get outside themselves and live life to the fullest. On this particular trip, Nick and his brother set aside one week to travel 2,000 miles across the western United States. It was a race against time, weather and changing altitudes, as he managed to explore Arizona’s Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon and Grand Canyon; Utah’s Zion National Park; California’s Yosemite National Park; Oregon’s Multnomah Falls; and Washington’s Mount St. Helens.
In addition to his brother, Nick’s faithful travel companion was the HTC U Ultra, featuring Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5. As you’ll see in the video, the HTC U Ultra took on the heights, provided amazing selfies, and launched the critical apps Nick relies on to meet his goals.