Meredith Lambert and Kevin Banogon pose for their travel blog's about us.

Meet Meredith & Kevin

Kevin and I met in 2003 at our Homecoming dance at Riverview High School in Sarasota, FL. We continued to date throughout high school and when we ended up attending the same college, Florida International University, we moved down to Miami together. After being together for 10 years, Kevin popped the question during our amazing trip to Glacier National Park. His proposal on the Trail of the Cedars was beautiful and serene, a perfect moment surrounded by a few friends.

Throughout our time together, Kevin and I have had many great adventures. We began documenting them in both pictures and text so that our travels could be cherished for years to come and shared amongst our friends and family. The Merevin blog serves as living documentation of our lives together. We plan on keeping this travel blog well updated as we continue to seek out new journeys.

About Meredith

Meredith Lambert enjoys a trip to The Philippines for her travel blog.

Meredith studied design as a part of Florida International University’s Landscape Architecture program, where she graduated with a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture. Through her time studying architecture, she developed an eye for design whether it’s spatial or graphic.

Her interest in new technology and media lead her to pursue a career that encapsulates many of these components as applied to the business world. She currently works in Internet Marketing at Socialated, a local Miami company.

About Kevin

Kevin Banogon documents his hike in Glacier National Park on his travel blog.

Kevin is also a graduate student of the accelerated Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program at Florida International University. Although he earned his Master’s degree in 2011, it wasn’t until he joined the Montana Conservation Corp (an Americorp Affiliate) in the spring of 2012 that he truly discovered his passion for the outdoors.

During his time with the MCC, Kevin worked as a crewmember in the greater Yellowstone area. Where he conducted weatherization of low income homes, invasive plant removal, and trail maintenance in national parks such as Yellowstone. He also became very well versed in the trials of back country camping.

His ultimate wish is to develop a career in the areas of outdoor recreation and design by joining the National Park Service.