Born in Sydney, Australia, and having lived in many different places during my childhood, I’ve had a deep passion for travel for almost my entire life. As a child, I spent five years in the UK, living in Cambridge, then, as a teenager, I moved with my family to Boston.
With a desire to see the world, I spent a summer learning Spanish in Gijon, a small city in northern Spain. A few years later, as a college student, I got the opportunity to study abroad in Nairobi, Kenya, where I learnt Swahili every morning and worked as an intern at a paediatric clinic every afternoon.
I was delighted to join the Audley team and travel to Victoria Falls, Cape Town, and Kruger National Park — a place I thought I’d see only in nature documentaries — and look forward to helping others enjoy these same incredible experiences.
I'll never forget when…
I was staying at the Shamwari Game Reserve and during our morning drive, I mentioned to the driver that the black rhino is the most fascinating creature, and it would be amazing to be lucky enough to see one. Being so endangered, my guide just laughed and said that he would be very surprised if I did. Just then, in a clearing between two bushes about 20 yards ahead, a black rhino appeared. I sat in awe as a creature I never thought I’d see in my life, appeared right in front of our vehicle. It’s a memory I’ll treasure.