Journeys for Good is a travel series like no other. Created by Emmy award-winning San Francisco production team Steve and Joanie Wynn, the program combines the adventure of global travel with the rewards of helping others. Each episode follows a group of everyday heroes who offer their sweat equity as a way to give back and connect in a meaningful way.
Traveling with voluntour partner Globe Aware, The Wynns travel to Siem Reap, Cambodia alongside 14 fellow volunteers, a wonderfully diverse group of young professionals and families who had traveled from across the US, Australia and Japan to participate in a series of volunteer projects.
During their weeklong stay, the volunteers built wheelchairs, worked on small construction efforts to make homes for disabled residents more accessible and practiced English with local school children. In addition to the adult volunteers, there were four boys on the trip ages 9 to 16. Throughout the experience, the volunteers shared their insights and revelations and left with a renewed appreciation for their Western lives and a sense of commonality with the Cambodian people.
The program aired on public television, winning Emmy awards for director of photography Steve Wynn and producing awards for both Steve and Joanie for best historical/cultural program.
In this multiple Emmy award-winning half hour program, documentary husband and wife team Steve and Joanie Wynn travel to Cambodia to participate in a series of hands on volunteer projects with their son Ryan.