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From bustling city streets to serene natural settings, Nomadic Soundscape provides a diverse range of soundscapes that can be used in music production, film scoring, or simply for relaxation purposes.

Immerse yourself in a world of audio possibilities with Nomadic Soundscape – your source for field recording, sound designs, and free to use sounds.

About Jacob Riley

Hi, i’m Jacob Riley, sound recordist, photographer, traveler, creator.

More than eleven years ago I started traveling around Europe by bicycle and photographing the places and natural landscapes I visited.
Since I spend 100% of my days in nature, I am also exposed to unique soundscapes. To record these soundscapes at first I only used my phone. At the beginning of 2023, ten years after my first trip, I decided to upgrade my recording equipment and professionally record nature and other sounds.

I am not a professional recordist and photographer, but I love what I do.

Over the last eleven years I have traveled over 30 countries on my bike and have built up a huge library of photos, but also of memories. Every single day I spend under the open sky, in some forest, where I fall asleep to the sounds of wild nature.
During all these years of travel, I wanted to show the places I visited, not only through video and photos, but also through sound.
The sounds I record are unique, as every day I am in a different place with different sounds, natural and urban landscapes.

 

The library of sounds I create include both natural sounds as well as ASMR, Ambience, Foley, Transport, Sounds from Location and many more sounds.

My story as a Photographer

Sealing the innermost moment is part of my work. I capture with my lens what makes my heart jump, what captivates my soul. Photography has been a part of my life since 2000, when I first took a tape camera. Later I had a digital “soap dish”, and from 2015 to 2018 a digital camera of a higher class. In 2019 I got a digital professional SLR camera – Canon 1300D. After traveling to Scandinavia in 2019, I started plans to return to analog photography. With great enthusiasm I bought full equipment for an amateur photo lab, as well as several cameras for 35 mm and 120 mm tapes. The first few tapes I showed were of poor quality, but the exposure of each pose was correct!

Photography shows us the world in a unique and attractive way. As a landscape photographer, I have always looked for unique places to photograph.

Jacob Riley Photographer
Jacob Riley Travel

My story as a traveler

Traveling around the world

Sealing the innermost moment is part of my work. I capture with my lens what makes my heart jump, what captivates my soul. Photography has been a part of my life since 2000, when I first took a tape camera. Later I had a digital “soap dish”, and from 2015 to 2018 a digital camera of a higher class. In 2019 I got a digital professional SLR camera – Canon 1300D. After traveling to Scandinavia in 2019, I started plans to return to analog photography. With great enthusiasm I bought full equipment for an amateur photo lab, as well as several cameras for 35 mm and 120 mm tapes. The first few tapes I showed were of poor quality, but the exposure of each pose was correct!

Photography shows us the world in a unique and attractive way. As a landscape photographer, I have always looked for unique places to photograph.

Check out my adventures in Lost Trails Adventures

I am moving forward...

My goal is to keep traveling and looking for unique places to create. Not only can you read about my travels here on the website, but you can also watch my travels on my YouTube adventure channel or the Nomad Sounds channel, where I post the collected sounds of long meditation and relaxation videos. You can also follow my journey on Instagram

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