Sam Isaac Edwards Author/Lecturer/Doc. Filmmaker (Treehouse Dweller) and Former Aide to Pres. Carter

Sam Isaac Edwards is an Author/Lecturer and Documentary Filmmaker. He is known as much for where he lives, as for what he does. The creator, builder and resident of "The World's Most Famous Treehouse", he and his home have been featured in more than 50 international publications and on every major TV outlet extant. Edwards wears the label “Renaissance Man” like a second skin. He is a true bohemian; a man who is not only a gifted writer, but is also a humorist who will have you grabbing your belly with great frequency. He is a man who has lived on his own terms, not those dictated by society. He flies hang-gliders and ultra-lights, canoes whitewater rivers, scuba dives, explores caves, drives race cars; he's been a janitor, a truck driver, an actor, a law student, a disc jockey, a cook, a producer, a carpenter, a soldier, and an aide to two of the most famous men in our country: President Jimmy Carter and Senator John Glenn. As an International Disaster Relief Volunteer, Edwards has led more than 30 "aid and assist" missions to the far corners of the world. He has grabbed hold of, and continues to seek, those great parts of life that most of us will only dream about.