There will be more to come, but like with all things they take a little bit of time.
I consider myself an adventurer, presenter and video/ Photographer. I like to think I am kind at heart, see the good in people and respect others for who they are. I personally believe that the best adventure is a shared one, by this I mean shared with everyone. My current endeavour is to get as many people as possible out on an international adventure.
Although I had offers, I did not go to University, instead at 18 when I finished school, I started working as quantity surveyor, for several different roofing companies throughout Devon. During these 4 years based in an office, I also qualified as an outdoor instructor and youth worker at weekends and evenings.
I had my first big adventure in 2015 by competing in the Mongol Rally (an overland adventure, in cheap cars – driving to Mongolia and back again with no given route), in a 1996 Nissan Micra, covering 20,000 miles. This was also the year I gained my professional 'Roof Riding', status. My latest adventure has seen me take a 1994 Nissan Micra and drive it around the world, with a project called the Global Convoy. Yes, you might have noticed I like Nissan Micra's. On this adventure I drove 40,000 miles through 46 countries more or less by the the seat of my pants! Along the way repairing cars with whatever came to hand, change plans and routes at a moments notice and negotiate with authorities. For the Global Convoy, we had an open policy on who could come along, making a literal convoy of 5 cars and 26 people at one point! In total over 100 people joined in the convoy, visiting some of the more unknown locations around the world. The Global Convoy is currently being turned in to a documentary, due to be released in 2018.
Currently I live in Teignmouth in the United kingdom.