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About Me

Born in 1993, I grew up in Sydney, Australia. In 2013, I graduated a Bachelor of Medical Science from the University of Sydney and a month later, moved to Canada to work and ski. 

In 2014, I returned home and worked as a hiking guide in the Blue Mountains for several years. I spent all my spare time in the wilds (or dreaming about it); hiking, camping, wild swimming, canyoning, climbing, skiing or cycling.


In 2015, I spent six months road tripping through western USA in a rusty van named Big Rhonda. Making my way from Alaska to Colorado, hiking through wild national parks and skiing big mountains. I returned home in 2016 and started a Bachelor of Paramedic Practice the very next day at the University of Tasmania. 

After graduating, I moved to Terrigal, NSW to start my career as a paramedic and worked there for 18 months. At the beginning of 2020, I took a paramedic job with London Ambulance Service and moved to the UK. 


After a tough few years of grieving the loss of my mum to breast cancer and working for the NHS throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in London, it’s time to take a break and go have some fun!


I left London in June 2021 and have been nomadic ever since. I've cycled almost 20,000km across the globe, meeting interesting people, exploring foreign cultures and understanding more about the world we live in. 

At this point, I have no idea where I will end up, but I'm excited for new experiences, seeking out wild and beautiful places and finding authentic social connections with people around the world.


I am cycling through the world with my mum’s ashes fixed to my handlebars, fulfilling her dream to travel the world and reminding myself to live this one life we have to the absolute fullest.

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If you'd like to see more, check out some of my other trips

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