'George came to talk at the University about his experiences living with the Batek hunter-gatherers of Malaysia. To have done so much entirely at his own initiative, to have established a good rapport with the Batek, to have learned as much as he had from them about their society and way of life, and to have come back safely leaving a good impression behind, was a great achievement - not that he was anything but modest about it. His talk was relaxed, confident, well informed, interesting and richly illustrated photographically. It was clear from the attentiveness of the group and the questions afterwards that the students found his presentation as engaging as I did.'
Professor Dr. Robert Attenborough
Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge
Using my expeditions as the focus of my talks my main message is that of inspiring others to take up the challenge and live more alive. However I have given talks to a variety of audiences, from young children to university students, on topics as broad as academic lectures on the benefits of hunter-gatherer societies to environmental issues and, of course, adventure. Please do get in touch if you'd like to discuss.