Sándor’s Oregon Trail is a TV series, book and app in which writer and filmmaker Sándor Lau walks 2,000 miles from Independence, Missouri to Oregon City on the Oregon Trail. Along the way he dodges dysentery, rattlesnakes and high-velocity lead poisoning to discover the center of the universe in the middle of nowhere. Sándor walks on this modern adventure in the footsteps of the pioneers and the tribes who belonged to the land on this journey of half a million lifetimes.
Sándor is the only Chinese-Hungarian-American-New Zealander and the Eagle Scout and Fulbright Scholar your mother warned you about. He’s the director of award-winning films Sándor’s New Zealand Trail and Squeegee Bandit and was nominated as the New Zealand New Filmmaker of the Year. More on Sándor at www.sandorlau.com.