20. Team Member Series: A Conversation with Tanner Johnson
The X Overland Podcast • 58m
Host, Jimmy Lewis, sits down for a conversation with Expedition Overland’s own Tanner Johnson. Tanner joined XO in 2019 with a background in photography and a love of mechanics, truck-building, and overlanding.
Highly talented and versatile, Tanner often runs lead on photography and cinematography while serving as talent on our global expeditions. At our headquarters in Bozeman, Tanner holds the vital role of Shop Manager for all of our XO vehicle builds.
Along with learning more about everything Tanner does for the Expedition Overland team, discover his own backstory, interests and passions beyond the hangar by joining us for this inspiring conversation with a man who has become well-known and loved by XO fans!
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