Jamie Edwards

Jamie Edwards is the founder and creator of I am Lost and Found, a website dedicated to inspiring adventure and luxury travel. Her website started as a place to record favorite resorts, restaurants, beaches, and travel experiences. It has since become a unique resource for discerning travelers around the world. Travelers who crave off-the-beaten-path adventures and the ultimate standards in service combined with beautiful destinations and world-class food.

Jamie writes from first-hand experiences and prefers to tell a story of her travels rather than tell someone where to go. Jamie's stories will inspire you to travel to far-flung corners of the globe. For instance, tracking the Silverback gorillas of Uganda or climbing the Tetons in Jackson, Wyoming. She will describe everything from the latest treehaus luxury accommodations in Montana to the hottest restaurant in Slovenia.

Jamie is a passionate sharer of her favorite experiences. But her goal is simple—to inspire travel. She promises to expose readers to the cross-section of adventure and luxury in travel. To deliver inspiration through brands, destinations, and people that define the highest levels of aesthetics, service, excursions, and culinary experiences.

Jamie graduated from Syracuse University's Visual and Performing Arts College, with a BFA in Communications Design. She spent 20 years working in advertising and graphic design in NYC for Ogilvy&Mather, Ammirati Puris Lintas, and then as a VP, Associate Creative Director for Draft Worldwide.

This year, Jamie was a finalist for the International Food Wine Travel Writer's Association for her piece 'Traveling Around The Room'. She is a co-author of the Amazon bestseller Sacred Spaces and is a regular guest on the TripCast 360 podcast.

Her current home base is in Washington DC with her husband, two kids, and two black labs. Before DC, she lived in both NYC and Tokyo.

Jamie often says some of the best places in the world are the hardest to get to. She believes it is always worth the effort. Well, almost always.

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