After a few days shooting some branded short film content in San Francisco and Monterey, California, Jen and I decided to do some exploring down one of the most dramatic coastlines in America – Big Sur. A place of a counter-cultural revolution in the 1960’s and still home to the mind-expanding Esalen Institute this coastline is as beautifully eccentric as the people who call it home. I had done a little research on the area and discovered a one of a kind accommodation – The Human Nest at Treebones Resort. This artistic creation is half driftwood sculpture, half nomadic treehouse and presents the human inhabitants an unforgettable, gnarled wood-framed view of the Pacific ocean, complete with elephant seal choir and enough moonlight to read Kerouac, Miller or any other literary Big-Sur enthusiast. Enjoy these moonlit shots of the nest and the rugged Big Sur coast.