Designer-inventor, co-founder of Tentsile tree tents, but with keen interest in science and exploration, history and archeology. Though aspiring writer, my writing consists of only a couple of small contributions to New Scientist magazine as I'm involved mostly in research and exploration. I just returned from a world circumnavigation exploring lesser known and remote areas such as the eastern Himalayas, the jungles of Borneo and Cambodia, I also spent almost 2 years immersed in lesser unknown parts of China.
Someone recently introduced me as: "co-creator of Tentsile. He's got the heart of an explorer and imagination of a 5 year old Indiana Jones."
For every tree tent purchased, we plant 3 trees with www.weforest.org
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