Jack grew up in a family full of people who loved travelling and embracing other cultures. From a young age he wanted to experience the world for himself. Eventually, when he was old enough he moved to France and worked in the Alps, using it as a base to travel as much of Europe as possible.
After a year of working he decided to take up the challenge of walking across America to raise money for the teenage cancer charity 'CLIC Sargent'. Seven months after leaving New York, walking by day and sleeping in a tent by night, he finally arrived at Santa Monica beach.
On his arrival back home Jack wanted to find a job that complimented his hobby and passion for travel, so began working in the travel industry. Since then he has travelled all over the world, including many trips to Africa and in particular South Africa.
Jack made the move to Audley so as he could specialise in one area. Since joining, Jack has been lucky enough to travel South Africa extensively and fell in love with its food, wine and its amazing people.
I'll never forget when…
My favourite memory from my time in South Africa was when I was staying in Northern Drakensberg and went to a small village called Amazizi. I was introduced to a lady called Aimee who lived there and took me into her home to meet her family.
I spent the day exploring the village with her and met so many truly amazing people who had no running water and in some cases no electricity, but who were so friendly and helpful. It was an inspirational place, and an experience I will never forget.