Growing up in the woodlands of England, I’ve always been drawn to the great outdoors, and since then I’ve trained and tested myself in a range disciplines—trail running, open water swimming, rock-climbing, freediving, wilderness survival and tracking.
As old as the human species itself, for me these disciplines are a way to explore my potential and experience the earth’s wild places in the most raw and immersive way possible. I’m drawn to the purity of the wilderness, the simple vitality of challenging our limits,and the freedom of human expression in its wildest form. If I’m not out there making the most of it you can be sure I’ll be searching for ways to make the next project happen!
After I graduated university in 2017, I began travelling, seeking knowledge and teachings from my own experiences, world-class athletes and traditional societies. My research has led me from ultramarathons in the steaming heat of Fiji to the jungle tribes of Peninsular Malaysia, with each expedition bringing new insights as to my own limits and the broader capacity of human performance in the natural world.
This website is a way for me to tell these stories—through my writing and photography: a place to share with you the insights, joys and mishaps of my humble adventures, and raise awareness of the incredible physical and mental potential we all possess. I hope it inspires you to look towards your own potential: to live on the edge and in the moment—to truly be alive, rather than simply live.
'there is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life less than what you are capable of living'
– Nelson Mandela –
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