Joe Mensch, as a professional snowborder, teacher, and surfer, he has experince much of the beauty that world has to offer first hand. After acquiring a camera on his travel, which led to his passion of capturing the beauty of the mountians and oceans. Joey shares the beautiful sights of his homes on Long Island and Colorado.
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