A Visual Journey By:

William
Yan

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Will
Photographer
New York City, New York

WilliamYan.com was founded in 2008 and has since been referenced by some of your favorite top blogs for exclusive content and information. Based in NYC, but read all around the world, WilliamYan.com features friends, tastemakers, trendsetters, visionaries and cultural relevant individuals who are changing the world, while providing the latest and coolest indulgences in fashion, footwear, clothes, among other topics. William is a street photographer who previously worked with Leica: Cities. Peoples. Perspectives. as well as Timberland for special projects. Authenticity is key and William Yan has been providing that in his product features working with Aloha Rag, Bell & Ross, Burberry, G-Star, LE Book, Leica, Levi's, Lomography, Nooka, Nike, Oki-Ni, Rapha, Silver Lining Opticians, Sportwear International, Tretorn, and others.

“Walk with me is a journey through my path into the urban jungle with my lens and viewpoint.”
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GT Scramble Mid Boot Review

GT Scramble – Mid Fabric Leather Brown/Blue (Style #2215R)

The Timberland GT Scramble is one good looking boot, the color combinations are on point and it's surprisingly light weight and comfortable. However I wish I was wearing one of the fully waterproof GT Scrambles as I decided to take a trek under a water tunnel passage at Moore Park Ravine. At the end of the hike I ended up hanging my GT Scramble on the back of my pack to dry and wore my Timberland Radler Trail Camper which has a removable fleece footbed which I kept on to keep my feet toasty. These shoes are ultra portable as they can be folded and zipped into itself, making it a good back up shoe.

I made my way through a hike.

Compass

It feels good to be out and about, the fine folks over at Timberland and Marcus Troy brought me out to Toronto for a taste of it. 

We started out at Evergreen Brick Works, where we got a preview of the Timberland Fall 2013 collection and a breakdown of the days activities.

We then made our way to Moore Park Ravine where I fell in love with the gorgeous settings, there were mini streams and rocks and awesome lighting making it perfect for shoots. I ended up shooting a few people in various areas and had a ball getting my feet wet literally walking through a water tunnel.

We then made our way towards Rosedale, down some super steep paths and back towards Evergreen Brick Works where I got to check out some cool graffiti they had in and around the space.