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Actress and Audio Mixer’s Live-Work Van Life

Jess is an actress and Josh mixes audio for sets — the long hours and travel were keeping them apart, so during the same year they planned their wedding, the couple converted their 2019 Ford Transit. Now they can pursue work side-by-side based near LA.

Their van has an awesome functional kitchen with a pantry and pull-out trash can, a laundry chute to the “garage” so dirty clothes don’t pile up, and even a monitor and green screen for Jess’s acting auditions! What a cool van and adorable couple.

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LA-Based Van Life to Pursue Their Careers Together

Actress & Audio Mixer’s Van with a Laundry Chute 2

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They kept the exterior really stealthy so they can park and live-work from just about anywhere.

Actress & Audio Mixer’s Van with a Laundry Chute 3

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They can extend the length of the bed if they want.

Actress & Audio Mixer’s Van with a Laundry Chute

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What would your live-work van life look like?

Let us know in the comments! What would you customize about your van so that you can more easily live and work from it from just about anywhere? Is this a lifestyle that you think would suit you full-time or part-time? Let’s have a chat about it in the comments!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • November 19, 2023, 11:20 am

    Sweet set-up.
    I would love to get back into vanlife more regularly, but for now I split my time between a tiny house on wheels (parked in a waterside resort) and an electric car converted for stealth camping (which is a bit tight for two, but doable – I’m not a fan of using public washrooms though, so I’d love to have my own toilet and shower again). My strong preference, if I was to jump back into vanlife would be to do so in an all-electric (or PHEV?) van. Alas these are still hard to come by in Canada, despite being widely available in Europe. The unlimited idle-free heat/aircon that electric vehicles (especially newer ones with heat pumps) have is a game-changer for all-weather comfort. I know that Winnebago and others have full-electric prototypes, but the prohibitive cost (over $200K) limits their affordability for most people (myself included). I’ve seen some van and box truck conversions using heat pumps recently, powered by solar, so I suppose that’s another option…

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