I have always had a desire to see the world. After graduating from the University of Gloucestershire with a Bachelor of Arts, BA (Hons) Degree in Sports Tourism Management, I had the opportunity to spend time in Canada, the USA, Australia, Southeast Asia and Africa.
I joined Audley in 2012, exploring extensively Canada, Alaska and the Arctic. In addition to these destinations I have recently now followed my love for cultural diversity, natural scenery and spectacular wildlife by spending time in Kenya and Namibia. Besides travel, I enjoy camping in the great outdoors, the occasional round of golf and religiously following motor sport.
I'll never forget when…
One of my most memorable highlights of travelling to Kenya was actually on my very first visit when I flew into the Masai Mara. The density of wildlife within the Masai Mara is just staggering and completely took my by surprise. On our descent into the Mara, we could see wildebeest and antelope grazing in their hundreds with giraffe calmly feeding on Acacia tree’s. On the short transfer from the airstrip to the camp, I encountered one of the largest herds of elephant that I have ever seen. At the last count, my guide and I counted 53 elephant including baby calves. We viewed from a distance at first, then the herd slowly started making their way towards the vehicle. Completely un-fazed, they strolled calmly around us, making their way to the nearby Mara River. It was one of the most awe inspiring experiences I have ever had.