I guess I’ve always loved adventure and exploring. But when I started working in the Arctic 3 years ago it really ignited again.
Brief... that’s kinda tough to do. Moved to Sweden, spent 5 years building a house, sold it and everything I owned. Bought a Defender.
I’m an engineer.
Norway, Sweden, Austria, Italy
Traveling from place to place while living in a Defender.
Scotland, stunning landscape.
England, because it’s my home and it feels like forever since I was there.
Morocco, for the sand dunes.
Land Rover Defender which I bought brand new.
The wilderness. It’s where I’m happiest.
I would say I’m a very open and honest person. I treat people how I would like to be treated. And manners cost nothing!
Because you learn so much when you do.
To push myself and embrace the discomfort that always comes when you are exploring.
Winter in Austria, -20 degrees in a tent for days on end was tough. Also traveling during Covid, so much being closed.
Preikestolen. It's very special to hike in Norway. I was lucky enough to have an hour to myself there (which is unheard of) and it’s an hour I’ll never forget.
It’s definitely brought some peace back into my life.
That you get out of it what you put in.
For me everything has been in the car.
It’s all about the people you meet along the way. That’s what has amazed me the most.
It’s not easy, in fact it feels impossible at times. Some days you will struggle and that’s ok.
But go for it, it’s worth it.