A keen adventurer, Lizzie’s love of nature and the outdoors has always been an innate part of her personality. Having grown up in the foothills of Mount Teide, Tenerife, her unconventional childhood was centred around being outside – it was these precious moments she spent connecting with nature that sparked her wanderlust orientated soul. Now based in the UK, her love for adventure and the environment around us continues to grow as she spends her time doing what she’s always loved – exploring.
Ash is a UK based Adventurer and explorer, and holds the titles of; Adventurer Of The Year 2015 Winner & 2016 Welsh winner, Public Speaker, Holder Of Two World Firsts, Scuba Diving instructor qualifications, and he’s also a Muay Thai Fighter.
One of the members of the Brave Wilderness YouTube Channel, Coyote is an adventurer and an animal enthusiast. With an aim to make animal conservation and education entertaining, Coyote and the Brave Wilderness crew set up their YouTube channel to show all of the amazing different species they could.
Wildlife Conservationist and Filmmaker
Kevin is a world renowned wildlife conservationist and filmmaker, recognised by his persona as the ‘Lion Whisperer.’ His mission is to highlight the status of the Africa’s most iconic predator, the Lion, through his work in the media and alongside fellow campaigners, researchers and scientists.
A wizard with a difference, Woods is a lifelong believer in the magic of photography. From his native Idaho to the furthest reaches of the world, Woods has a talent for capturing the imagination of his audience and bringing his myriad subjects to life with a winning combination of wit, depth and vulnerability.
Veronica is a biologist on a mission. In her work as program manager for the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund in Rwanda, she is on the front line of conservation, working tirelessly to protect the endangered Mountain Gorillas of the Volcanoes National Park.
Dakar Rally champion and qualified off-road instructor, Tamsin is something of an expert when it comes to motorcycle endurance races. Not content to rest on her laurels, however, she also currently holds the women’s world record for the highest altitude ride up Everest. You might wonder how someone so committed to endurance racing chooses to relax? The answer: by planning and undertaking epic overland trips in Africa, Australia and India, amongst other far-flung destinations.
The remote Kayakoy ghost town on Turkey’s southwest coast is an unusual place to call home, but for renowned travel photographer Faruk this beautiful corner of the world serves to inspire his work. Faruk’s love of his native Turkey is central to his work, and his career as a photographer has allowed him to travel not just within Turkey but also across the globe, capturing the lives and smiles of the people he meets and telling their stories in images and films.
Claire is a Field Geophysicist and an accomplished fell runner, who has recently decided to channel her passion for learning outdoors into founding Peak Discoverers, a set of courses designed for those who wish to develop themselves and others in an outdoor environment.
Chaz Powell is an adventurer and expedition leader. In 2016, Chaz set out to become the first ever person to walk the entire length of the Zambezi River while raising money and awareness for wildlife conservation.
Jungle Survival Instructor
Jimmy has spent his life in some of the most remote jungles on the planet. He has featured both on and off screen on Nat Geo and the BBC and is a well known Jungle Survival Instructor.
Freek is an award-winning evolutionary biologist from the Netherlands where he is a research fellow at the Naturalis Biodiversity Centre in Leiden. His research is focused on the venom of toxic animals, their molecular structure and how they can be applied in the field of medicine.
Brandon is a travel and fine art portrait photographer based in Minnesota. The most of his surroundings by exploring his local areas and documenting the beauty of them through his photography.
Bushcraft and Survival Expert
With a life-long love for the great outdoors inherited from scouting parents, Craig is never happiest than when he’s in the woods teaching Bushcraft and Survival or in a canoe exploring lakes and rivers!
John is a biomedical scientist and medical researcher, soon to finish his medical degree. He is currently leading the Aberdeen-Guyana project, looking at the impact of Western diet and lifestyle on the indigenous Amerindian population in Guyana.
Neville is a renowned explorer, mountaineer and author who has travelled extensively throughout the world. In 1989, he travelled to the Arctic and the North Pole in an expedition organised with the Tate Gallery. To raise funds for the Red Cross, he has also embarked on an expedition to Antarctica and the South Pole. Furthering from his background as an explorer, Neville is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, the Explorers Club, and the Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts.