Our mission is simple… We love to have fun outside with our kids, regardless if it is swimming with manatees in Florida, exploring Central Park in New York or just simply being outdoors PLAYING in your own backyard. We try our best to provide you with the best information about simple outdoor ideas and being active outdoors as a family.
Our roots are Scandinavian, American and Canadian and our philosophy is based on the Norwegian word “Friluftsliv”. For us, enjoying nature is a lifestyle and a way of life. We believe that regardless of where you live, you can live your life the Fresh Air Living way.
In 2011 activekidsclub.com launched their own line of safety reflectors as another way to get kids and adults outside safely in our communities.
So go outside and play!
Founder of Activekidsclub.com
Read Kari's bio
Kari is a multi media storyteller, entrepreneur and an advocate.
Kari was a classically trained in the culinary arts with a decade of experience running restaurants, catering businesses and cooking at the Royal Palace in Oslo, Norway. She also became a librarian with a degree from Oslo University College, Faculty of Journalism, Library and Information Science.
Kari is a love refuge from Norway. She moved to Canada to join her filmmaker husband and raise their children in Toronto. Being that Kari is Norwegian, her husband is from Florida and they live in Canada she likes to call three places her home. Norway, Florida and Canada.
Kari has been quoted in national and international press for my work getting kids outdoors, among them “Backpacker Magazine”, “Globe and Mail”, “Toronto Star” and “NRK” (Norwegian Public Radio) and a she is a published health and travel writer for traditional press and online publications. Kari also works part-time as an ACTRA actor in Toronto's film and telvision industry.
Media contact for Activekidsclub.com
Russell is a two time Gemini nominated Director of Photography in the film and television industry. He feels lucky to make his living doing what he loves in life. Being a cinematographer demands skills both creative and physical. His office ranges from steamy tropics to icy winter conditions where he has learned the importance of having the proper gear.
Raised on a horse farm in Minnesota, he thanks his childhood for introducing the outdoors to him at an early age. His experiences as a child fueled his imagination and his exposure to the outdoors supplied his passion and physical skills he uses everyday in his work.
“I have thought about how important it was for me to fall a lot as a child. I was thrown off horses, I fell out of trees and I have had "yard sale" wipe-outs downhill skiing," said Russell, "It has given me the agility and confidence (both mental and physical) that help me get the images that my clients demand. It may sound silly to say, but I want my daughter to fall as much as I did when I was growing up.