Saskia Rysenbry was 25 when she realised she could work from anywhere. She'd recently completed the Mongol Rally and was feeling inspired after a visit to Uzbekistan. Instead of heading out sightseeing in Vietnam, she pulled out her laptop in cafes in Vietnam and began to design an entire textile collection. She now juggles a range of projects, including work for a sustainable textile company in Sweden, a project for the V&A museum in London, and collaborations with a slew of startups. What you'll hear in this podcast: How she developed a broad portfolio of work Advice on being a location independent creative What she's learned about life as an entrepreneur.