I was born and grew up in Zimbabwe. As far back as I can remember I've always been interested and loved the African bush. I grew up on a Cattle Ranch in North East Zimbabwe (Mashonaland) and spent my countless days working with anti poaching and tracking units protecting the ranch against illegal hunters gaining vast knowledge about conservation anti poaching and the African bush. I Attended Falcon College in (Matabeleland) where I spent most of my time walking around the bush doing falconry under the very reputable Ron Hartley. After leaving School at the age of sixteen I started my learner professional guides apprenticeship in the Sengwa river basin around Chizarira National Park in Zimbabwe where I was the head of an anti poaching unit and Problem Animal Control in the campfire area for four years where I got a huge amount of big and dangerous game experience. I then moved to Gorongosa National Park in central Mozambique where I worked with the Gorongosa Restoration Project and was employed as a consultant to set up Eco tourism activities and train local guides for the project. I then started freelancing as a fixer/guide for wildlife film crews.
Films I've been involved in include Africa's Lost Eden (National geographic) and the BBC Africa series. Currently I am living and guiding in the Bazaruto Archipelago National park where I own South East Africa Safaris and run wildlife and canoeing activities.