I’m a parent, guerrilla geographer, National Geographic Emerging Explorer, former geography teacher and leading the campaign to make London the world’s first National Park City.
My work focuses on combining creative exploration, geography and communication to tackle social and environmental challenges. I’ve walked across all of the UK’s national parks and cities wearing a mind-reading device, walked the height of Mount Everest by only using London buildings, authored children’s books and completed 125 adventures around the country with my son. On this site you can see a range of my work and follow my updates.
I regularly give talks and keynotes on adventure, exploration, play, education, conservation, technology and cities. Here’s a short talk that I gave at the National Geographic Society in Washington DC last year.
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