“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, we are going back from whence we came.”
John F. Kennedy
As I braced myself in the bow of my Grandfather’s dingy, salt spray dripped from my 7 year old chin. We cleared the surf and the beach receded into the distance. This was to feel truly alive! Growing up in Fremantle; the Indian Ocean, Rottnest Island and the Swan River have always felt like home. School holidays were a chance to hand-spear a meal or snatch a crab.
Scuba diving came next and the pursuit of a career. I spent time in the Army and then obtained a Post Graduate Degree in Ecologically Sustainable Development.
Six years ago I started Freediving. Progressively Freediving became a way of life. Never had life been so vibrant and satisfying.
I wanted to share this with others. Teaching people to Freedive is rewarding beyond measure.
My specific areas of interest include;
- Meditation / Yoga.
- Underwater videography.
- Freediving as a stress management tool for military veterans.
- Whale Encounter Expeditions.
- Sustainable spearfishing.
- Freediving product development and manufacture.
To be of maximum service to students, I’m studying to qualify as an Expedition Paramedic.