I grew up on stories told by my family who lived in Africa and it's given me an avid interest in the continent all of my life.
I first went to Africa independently aged 17 and was hooked and I have since toured the continent several times.
After graduating from university I spent seven months meandering through eastern and southern Africa where I experienced a vast range of cultures, national parks, beaches and activities.
My love for both the wildlife and the people are what really excites me about Africa as a whole, and when I first visited Tanzania I was blown away by what the country has to offer in both respects. The diversity of landscapes and incredible game viewing really make it a special place to visit, and it’s a dream come true to share my passion for the country with others as my job.
I'll never forget when…
One of my most memorable moments in the Serengeti was during a morning game drive with my guide. A reedbuck leapt across the road in front of us swiftly followed by three wild dog. Wild dog are extremely rare across Africa and are such impressive animals. My guide and I followed the chase as we drove alongside them.
They lost the reedbuck but regrouped around us as we stopped to watch them before they ran off across the plains to the horizon. I've always loved wild dog so to have such a spontaneous sighting like this was really special.