About Mr. Diaz/Contact Info

 

Born and raised in Upland California, Mr. Diaz is currently working for the Discovery Channel. As a poet, philosopher, teacher, published artist, and body double, Mr. Diaz  enjoys trekking into the desert to document the forgotten history of The American Southwest.

In reality he is only some of those. 

Some would call him a modern day Indiana Jones. Others would call him the most interesting man in the world. Most think he is weird.

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5 Responses to “About Mr. Diaz/Contact Info”

  1. Your blog is very informative and entertaining. I like it! Keep it up, I look forward to another adventure.

  2. Good afternoon mr. Diaz,

    A few years ago I Posted on a forum (naxja or expedition portal) about a compound I found in rancho San diego and you asked for the coordinates; did you ever go and explore the site? Did you find out anything interesting? I just came across your message to me and thought I’d check. Kyle (aka anzajeep).

  3. Really enjoyed your video’s and information, maybe we should work together on a story or two. I am the editor and publisher of Dezert magazine, check out our site and if you like what you see, please send me send me a email. Thx

  4. Hey Mr. Diaz,
    Thanks for the shout out on your blog, I really appreciate it. One thing though – the link to my photo site is incorrect. Please update it to my site http://tomlowephoto.com/
    The current link goes to Thomas Lowe – not an Artist in Residence in Mojave National Preserve.
    Thanks,
    tom lowe

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