Live differently for a little while. Community Projects in Bali, Sierra Leone, Umbria, & Papua New Guinea.
On a mission to liberate 1m professionals to find work they love: School, Festival, Global Community.
Role: Tribe Leader
Not your average book club.
Role: Co-founding Rebel
Nurturing talent in Africa.
Role: Long-term friend
Schools for Creative Leadership - Amsterdam, Vancouver, Lisbon
Role: Founding Participant
Discover a world of treehouses.
Status: Looking for roosters
Discover amazing places to swim
Status: Looking for pool hunters
Schools that are changing the way we see education
Status: Looking for unstatus quo educators
"Couldn't put this book down - What a story. In a world where most of us fail to attempt anything bold, exciting or different it is refreshing to read of an entrepreneur who does so half the world away in a profoundly unique, intact Polynesian culture. Great pictures, too!"
Started 'Career Break Cafe' blog after driving to Timbuktu to help people plan long-terms trips mid-career
Crowdfunded the renting of Vorovoro Island in Fiji (with 1000 new tribe members): Tribewanted was born
Survived an island fire, a cyclone & a political coup in the first year of island life
Celebrated 3 years island success - BBC tv documentary & book: 'Paradise or Bust'
Travelled to Sierra Leone & worked with Right to Dream on setting up the Craig Bellamy Football Academy
Spoke at launch party of Escape the City before setting up camp for a year on the beach in SL
Became a founding member of THNK: The Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership.
Supported the Ghanaian Paralympic team from Right to Dream with my fiancee at London 2012
Launched Tribewanted's first European project: Monestevole, a farm in Umbria, with Filippo Bozotti
Advised entrepreneurs at Virgin Startup, wrote about 'Schools for Life', mapped the world's treehouses & made the first 'Escape to the Woods' festival
Spent the winter hosting startups in Bali with Tribewanted (& pool hunting), started Rebel Book Club in London & led the startup tribe programs at Escape the City