Originally from Mexico City, Fernando Nocedal spent his formative years in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he got his bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. He left his job in 2015 to collaborate with his partner, Andrew Collins, an award-winning travel writer, for a 10-month journey across North America. Based in Portland, Oregon, he spends about half his time on the road and writes about travel, design, and film for various publications.
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