ex·pe·di·tion

a journey undertaken for a particular purpose


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Inspiring & empowering people to think BIG & build small through documentary storytelling and direct community engagement.


A Traveling Tiny Home...

Miles Traveled: 25,000 & Counting!

U-Haul is our truck sponsor. It makes for a great towing experience. .

U-Haul is our truck sponsor. It makes for a great towing experience. .

Starry night in the mojave desert 

Starry night in the mojave desert 

Christian & Alexis at red rock state Park, New Mexico

Adventurers at Heart & Storytellers by Trade

We are, Alexis Stephens & Christian Parsons documentary filmmakers, tiny house dwellers & advocates on extraordinary expedition in our DIY tiny home on wheels.

The Plan:

Build a tiny house on wheels and embark on a 3-year expedition across North America.  

 

The Purpose:

Inspire and empower folks to think BIG and build small as means to provide more sustainable housing, more meaningful lifestyles and more connected communities.

 

Squaw Valley, CA

Squaw Valley, CA

 
Setting up for an Interview at Community First! Village 

Setting up for an Interview at Community First! Village 

Documentary Projects:

  1. Documentary series (title TBA) on the the tiny house movement. Telling the stories of diverse tiny house people and inspiring housing projects that make the movement so dynamic & impactful.       

  2. Living Tiny Legally is a three part educational documentary series on the legal obstacles facing tiny housing and how advocates and municipal officials are overcoming these barriers. Parts 2 and 3 now in-production.

 

Community Events:

  • Tiny house Open Houses

  • Documentary Screenings 

  • Festivals

  • Talks & Panel Discussions

  • Meetups

  • Community Roundtables 

 

Think BIG, Build Small Community Roundtable, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2014

Think BIG, Build Small Community Roundtable, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2014

Earth day texas In Dallas,  April 2016

Earth day texas In Dallas,  April 2016


Christian  & alexis with artist & tiny houser, Dominique Moody and Tiny house Host & musician, Artemis in Joshua Tree 

Christian  & alexis with artist & tiny houser, Dominique Moody and Tiny house Host & musician, Artemis in Joshua Tree 

There's Power in Storytelling.

We are telling stories that need to be told. Stories of the inspiring modern-day pioneers and the positive, powerful community experience of the movement. 

 

 

 

Revolutionizing the American Dream

Tiny house villagers from earth day texas 2016

Tiny house villagers from earth day texas 2016

 
Arriving at Community First! Village in Austin, TX

Arriving at Community First! Village in Austin, TX

Greater understanding of the people behind this multi-faceted movement and the many uses of tiny houses will lead to broader social and legal acceptance.

Tiny housing projects have the potential to provide an economically & environmentally sustainable housing option can benefit the everyman & the house-less alike. 

 

 
Alexis & Christian with Cody & Randi, the Best Little House in Texas

Alexis & Christian with Cody & Randi, the Best Little House in Texas

Tiny living is the key, for many, to enjoy a high quality lifestyle rich with freedom, experiences and strong relationships. 

Compared to traditional housing, tiny housing requires a fraction of the cost and energy consumption.  As a result, more people now have access to truly attainable homeownership. 

 

 

 

Less Truly is More!

It's all about living consciouslyliving simply and living in harmony with our surroundings to create more abundance on personal & community levels. 

Llamalopolis, tiny house & airstream community in downtown las vegas

We are travelers, nomads, alternative dwellers. This does not keep us from experiencing community. In fact, our community experience is incredible intimate and rich.

We are weaving a community network across the country— not defined by geographic boundaries but made strong through shared experiences, personal connections, open hearts & open minds.
— Alexis & Christian

 

 

Think BIG. Build Small.

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