What's In Your Bag

Aug 19

Name: Jonathan L.Place: New HampshireOccupation: Technical Support ManagerWhat can’t you live without? iPhone 5SWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? I’m so forgetful everything in this bag is a surprise at one time or another.

Name: Jonathan L.
Place: New Hampshire
Occupation: Technical Support Manager

What can’t you live without? iPhone 5S
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? I’m so forgetful everything in this bag is a surprise at one time or another.

Name: Nick AguilosPlace: Ortigas Center, Pasig CityOccupation: UI DesignerWebsite: www.nickaguilos.comWhat can’t you live without? Eyeglasses and a computerWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? I always have a pair of socks in my bag. Manila easily floods during a heavy downpour. I don’t want to be in mushy socks the whole day I’m in the office.

Name: Nick Aguilos
Place: Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Occupation: UI Designer
Website: www.nickaguilos.com

What can’t you live without? Eyeglasses and a computer
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? I always have a pair of socks in my bag. Manila easily floods during a heavy downpour. I don’t want to be in mushy socks the whole day I’m in the office.

Aug 12

Name: Suryo BrahmantyoPlace: Jakarta, IndonesiaOccupation: PhotographerWebsite: http://jurnalakhirpekan.tumblr.com/
Bag: D-Lux Laptop Racing Stripe Messenger 2013 (S)What can’t you live without? My motorbikeWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? A cup of coffee. No, kidding. It’s on the left-below; Sasando Hotel room key. Accidentally I brought it from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, last year – I was in a hurry to catch my flight back to Jakarta. And then I consider it as a souvenir. :D
In my bag: Measuring tape, laptop + charger, external hardrive, photobooks, cutter knife + refill, keys, smartphone, ipod, pen, pencil, red marker, earphone, cable data, notebook, envelope (it’s a mouse pad to me), coffee sachets, tethering cable, hotel keys, and a wallet. 

Name: Suryo Brahmantyo
Place: Jakarta, Indonesia
Occupation: Photographer
Website: http://jurnalakhirpekan.tumblr.com/

Bag: D-Lux Laptop Racing Stripe Messenger 2013 (S)

What can’t you live without? My motorbike
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? A cup of coffee. No, kidding. It’s on the left-below; Sasando Hotel room key. Accidentally I brought it from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, last year – I was in a hurry to catch my flight back to Jakarta. And then I consider it as a souvenir. :D

In my bag: Measuring tape, laptop + charger, external hardrive, photobooks, cutter knife + refill, keys, smartphone, ipod, pen, pencil, red marker, earphone, cable data, notebook, envelope (it’s a mouse pad to me), coffee sachets, tethering cable, hotel keys, and a wallet. 

Name: Rachel G.Place: Northern CA girl now living in Bangor, MaineOccupation: Grad StudentWhat can’t you live without? My Timbuk2 Linda bag! I have over two dozen Timbuk2 bags and Linda is by far my favorite. She’s lightweight, holds her shape and carries all of my daily items with ease.What’s the most surprising thing you carry? When I forget to grab my bamboo utensil set is when I need it the most.

Name: Rachel G.
Place: Northern CA girl now living in Bangor, Maine
Occupation: Grad Student

What can’t you live without? My Timbuk2 Linda bag! I have over two dozen Timbuk2 bags and Linda is by far my favorite. She’s lightweight, holds her shape and carries all of my daily items with ease.
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? When I forget to grab my bamboo utensil set is when I need it the most.

Jul 31

Name: Erica AytesPlace: Metro DetroitOccupation: Button maker Website: www.facebook.com/cityafterdarkngsWhat can’t you live without? My Northern Guard scarf and straight razor necklace. Those have to be worn at every Detroit City FC match. 
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Hundreds of pins at all times. My BFF Banshee and I run CityAfterDark. We are members of Northern Guard and we support Detroit City FC. We make and sell pins, patches and shirts. All funds go towards the tifo we make, the smoke bombs we use during the season and charities we support. CityAfterDark is operated out of my Timbuk2 bag. 
Bag Contents:

Tons of pins
My Northern Guard scarf
My straight razor necklace and rouge and gold bracelet
fleur de lis bandana
Detroit City FC season tickets
Skull mask to shield from massive amounts of smoke during the season. 

Name: Erica Aytes
Place: Metro Detroit
Occupation: Button maker 
Website: www.facebook.com/cityafterdarkngs

What can’t you live without? My Northern Guard scarf and straight razor necklace. Those have to be worn at every Detroit City FC match. 

What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Hundreds of pins at all times. My BFF Banshee and I run CityAfterDark. We are members of Northern Guard and we support Detroit City FC. We make and sell pins, patches and shirts. All funds go towards the tifo we make, the smoke bombs we use during the season and charities we support. CityAfterDark is operated out of my Timbuk2 bag. 

Bag Contents:

Tons of pins

My Northern Guard scarf

My straight razor necklace and rouge and gold bracelet

fleur de lis bandana

Detroit City FC season tickets

Skull mask to shield from massive amounts of smoke during the season. 

Jul 21

Name: Stephen Greenwood
Place: Brooklyn
Occupation: Associate Creative Director, Vox Media Inc.
Website: http://stephengreenwood.com
I recently won this bag and its contents by being nominated as a 'tech hero' by the folks at Carpathia - and it pretty much has all my bases covered. The backpack has a solid number of compartments - including a dedicated 15” laptop pouch, which is great because I like to keep things separated by function / texture. In here is a toolkit, a Moleskin notebook, a backup battery by Zoom, a Red Bull, Advil and some Tech Hero swag.
What can’t you live without? People/places to photograph and tell stories about.
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Old fashioned paper books / notebooks. After looking at screens all day, I love reading a paper book and often take the most memorable notes in real, paper notebooks.

Name: Stephen Greenwood

Place: Brooklyn

Occupation: Associate Creative Director, Vox Media Inc.

Website: http://stephengreenwood.com

I recently won this bag and its contents by being nominated as a 'tech hero' by the folks at Carpathia - and it pretty much has all my bases covered. The backpack has a solid number of compartments - including a dedicated 15” laptop pouch, which is great because I like to keep things separated by function / texture. In here is a toolkit, a Moleskin notebook, a backup battery by Zoom, a Red Bull, Advil and some Tech Hero swag.

What can’t you live without? People/places to photograph and tell stories about.

What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Old fashioned paper books / notebooks. After looking at screens all day, I love reading a paper book and often take the most memorable notes in real, paper notebooks.

Jul 07

Name:  Erin FPlace:  Seattle, WAOccupation:  EAWhat can’t you live without?  books, and one boy in particularWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry?  makeup.  I’m usually a lip-balm-only kind of girl.

Name:  Erin F
Place:  Seattle, WA
Occupation:  EA

What can’t you live without?  books, and one boy in particular
What’s the most surprising thing you carry?  makeup.  I’m usually a lip-balm-only kind of girl.

Name:Yves Noell Christer AbayaPlace:MNL, PhilippinesOccupation: StudentWebsite: fb.com/seiyonblemWhat can’t you live without?  FoodWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? My Baton haha.

Name:Yves Noell Christer Abaya
Place:MNL, Philippines
Occupation: Student
Website: fb.com/seiyonblem

What can’t you live without?  Food
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? My Baton haha.

Jul 02

Name: Michael David RosePlace: Boat launch, Engine Room BagOccupation: Photographer / Videographer Website:  http://mdrp.net/about/publications/ https://vimeo.com/mdrp

What can’t you live without? Prop Wrench
What’s the most surprising thing you carry?  Safety Flares.  


Other engine room bag contents includes fuses, air gauge, air valve, burgee, flares, suntan lotion, engine manual, prop nut, washer, cotter pins, spark plug connectors, flat head screwdriver, prop nut wrench, inflatable adhesive, depth finder manual, harness line, manual start rope. and AAA batteries for light beacon.

Name: Michael David Rose
Place: Boat launch, Engine Room Bag
Occupation: Photographer / Videographer 
Website:  http://mdrp.net/about/publications/ https://vimeo.com/mdrp


What can’t you live without? Prop Wrench

What’s the most surprising thing you carry?  Safety Flares.  
Other engine room bag contents includes fuses, air gauge, air valve, burgee, flares, suntan lotion, engine manual, prop nut, washer, cotter pins, spark plug connectors, flat head screwdriver, prop nut wrench, inflatable adhesive, depth finder manual, harness line, manual start rope. and AAA batteries for light beacon.

Name: Suryo BrahmantyoPlace: Jakarta, IndonesiaOccupation: PhotographerWebsite: http://jurnalakhirpekan.tumblr.com/
Bag: D-Lux Laptop Racing Stripe Messenger 2013 (S)What can’t you live without? My motorbikeWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? A cup of coffee. No, kidding. It’s on the left-below; Sasando Hotel room key. Accidentally I brought it from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, last year – I was in a hurry to catch my flight back to Jakarta. And then I consider it as a souvenir. :D
In my bag: Measuring tape, laptop + charger, external hardrive, photobooks, cutter knife + refill, keys, smartphone, ipod, pen, pencil, red marker, earphone, cable data, notebook, envelope (it’s a mouse pad to me), coffee sachets, tethering cable, hotel keys, and a wallet. 

Name: Suryo Brahmantyo
Place: Jakarta, Indonesia
Occupation: Photographer
Website: http://jurnalakhirpekan.tumblr.com/

Bag: D-Lux Laptop Racing Stripe Messenger 2013 (S)

What can’t you live without? My motorbike
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? A cup of coffee. No, kidding. It’s on the left-below; Sasando Hotel room key. Accidentally I brought it from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, last year – I was in a hurry to catch my flight back to Jakarta. And then I consider it as a souvenir. :D

In my bag: Measuring tape, laptop + charger, external hardrive, photobooks, cutter knife + refill, keys, smartphone, ipod, pen, pencil, red marker, earphone, cable data, notebook, envelope (it’s a mouse pad to me), coffee sachets, tethering cable, hotel keys, and a wallet.