Ever since I was 5 years old, I have always loved and interacted with nature. I spent hours in the garden observing spiders, catching lizards and growing plants. I was fascinated with all the natural history documentaries by the likes of Sir David Attenborough and Jaques Cousteau. When I left, school I trained to be a horticulturist and arboricultrist.
In 2003, my interest was sparked in the prehistoric world after winning an auction on a fossilised hadrosaur egg. Since then I have studied extensively in these fields of natural history. I then set up the company Travelling Natural History. We are now very well established, and fully booked throughout the year. We also work with the National Geographic, SKY News, BBC TV, multiple radio stations, schools and museums all over the UK. We present many types of educational shows, exhibitions, dinosaur parties and events. Our overall message is always;
The world is your oyster, and look after your planet Earth!