Expedition Leader



With 20 years experience in wildlife conservation, working with amazingly dedicated scientists and leading adventures all over the world, the time has come to reflect a little.  I feel extremely fortunate to have lived such a rich life, (so far), and would like to thank everyone who has been part of it - my family, friends and countless individuals, also for random meetings, inspirational words, for being in the right place at the right time, dark clouds and silver linings... everything that conspired to make my journey so eventful.  

So onwards... and upwards... 

Watch this space

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78 Elm Road

Kingston Upon Thames



07816 134 364


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Digging a leatherback turtle nest

Wildlife conservation - Costa Rica. The leatherback turtle population of Costa Rica is severely under threat from excessive and unsustainable poaching. The only way to prevent this is to have physical presence on the beach, patrolling and relocating nests to guarded hatcheries.