Programs Marketing Manager
What's your role, in less than a tweet?
I send passionate storytellers on money-can't-buy learning experiences around the world.
What are you most passionate about?
Travel (of course) and… pizza.
What are you least passionate about?
Where have you just been?
Middle Earth. I mean, New Zealand – to do the Routeburn Trek!
Where are you going next?
Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos.
Where must you go before you die?
Tanzania. Iran. The UK. Spain. Peru. Colombia. Cuba. Brazil. I could keep going..
Video camera, stills camera or pen?
Stills. Photography is a language understood anywhere in the world.
Favourite travel quote?
If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it is lethal.
9 Articles published
In our interview with Travel Film Scholarship mentor Jenny Nichols, we ask how she chooses projects, what documentary she wishes she made and why conservation is so important to her.
Watch what successful wildlife conservation looks like in Argentina with Dr Pablo Garcia Borboroglu, the award-winning founder of the Global Penguin Society.
Travel to Sapa, Vietnam to meet Shu Tan, the founder of Sapa O’Chau, a local enterprise that organizes authentic and responsible treks and homestays.
Ingo from Iceland traveled to Peru to capture its ancient cultures and incredible wildlife as the winner of our 2014 Travel Photography Scholarship.
Rhea and Mihir from India traveled to Mexico to capture the colors and traditions of 'Dia de los Muertos' as the winners of our 2014 Travel Film Scholarship.
Follow Coleman as he explores the Pacific coast of Colombia, connecting with locals and practicing his craft while making a documentary of the community run Choco Surf School.
Follow Joshua's journey to the hill station town of Sapa in northern Vietnam where he captures the story of a social enterprise empowering ethnic minorities through responsible tourism.
This is the story of Gita, an incredible teacher-trainer committed to making a difference to the future generation of Nepal.