Juliana Broste, one of our most successful VJ Alumni

Posted November 30, 2019
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Nearly 10 years ago, VJ member and Bootcamp Grad Juliana Broste took part in one of our Travel Channel Academy video bootcamps in Colorado. 

She was an avid skiier and wanted to try and make a career in travel and video on her own.

Boy, has she ever succeeded.

Now, she's in contention for the Bumble Travel Bee Connector

Come along with TravelingJules as she visits Austin, Texas, in hopes to become Bumble's Global Connector Bee


On this adventure, I take you along for the ride using Bumble and making a special connection, meanwhile experiencing some of Austin’s unique experiences…like, ahem, chicken



Adventures with TravelingJules

Follow along the adventures of Juliana Broste, "TravelingJules," in search of fun and adventure! http://www.travelingjules.com Happy travels! Juliana Broste is an Emmy award winning travel video journalist (Host, Producer, Shooter, Writer and Editor), a film crew of one! She creates engaging travel video content for travel brands, destinations and media outlets, always inspiring travelers to experience new places. Whether you spot TravelingJules in front of the camera or behind the lens, you’ll recognize this fierce female filmmaker sporting pink lipstick and an armful of camera gear. Jules is also a Manfrotto Ambassador. Her filmmaking assignments have led her around the world, capturing the best of travel, adventure and “things to do.” + Facebook: www.facebook.com/TravelingJules + Instagram: http://instagram.com/travelingjules/ + Twitter: http://twitter.com/travelingjules + Website: http://www.travelingjules.com + Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/travelingjules






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