‘Myspace Tom’ is now a travel photographer

May 17, 2017 7:03 pm Last Updated: May 17, 2017 7:03 pm

Tom Anderson from MySpace—after selling the website for some $500 million before it ultimately fell off a cliff into obscurity—-has remained retired.

He’s now traveling the world and spends time as a photographer. Anderson is still active on social media, using the same photo that earned him fame. He posts his photos on the @myspacetom Instagram account.

His profile says, “Former 1st friend, enjoying being retired,” with some 290,000 followers.

With his photography, he says: “I like finding places that feel untouched by the modern world,” The Independent reported.

“I’d like to try my hand at photographing the wildlife there,” he said.

“I have only been to Morocco, never to the Savanna, Namibia, or any of the places with wildlife.”

Anderson, 46, founded MySpace in 2003 with Chris DeWolfe until he left in 2009

Top photo credit: Tom Anderson/Instagram