Welcome to my website! You’ll find it packed with loads of content from what I’ve got coming up on the box, plus you can catch up with any of my programmes that you’ve missed, enjoy some of the beautiful pictures that have been taken along the way or read my blog.


Already we’ve got loads to look forward to this year. As you history buffs out there will know this weekend marks the start of ceremonies dedicated to the reburial of King Richard III. It will be covered on Channel 4 and I’ll be reporting live from Leicester.

This spring will see the broadcast of the biggest project I’ve worked on since the London Paralympics. ‘Flying to the Ends of the Earth‘ is a major three part series for Channel 4 in which we’ll explore some of the world’s remotest destinations, from the outback of Australia to the jungles of Papua and the Nepalese Himalayas as well as loads more adventures! For a taste of the action, check out my blog about what I was getting up to in Australia.

If you’re wondering what it was like to film this epic series then make sure you read my blog. I’ll be updating it every episode providing you all with an insight into the stories and individuals plus how hard it was at times. (Spoiler alert: really hard!)

Then we’ll be ramping up the excitement for the Rio de Janeiro Paralympics next year profiling all the sports and athletes. If you loved the London games then the 2016 Paralympics will be another chance to see the super humans blowing your mind, defying convention and pushing boundaries forever. I’ll be one of the lucky key presenters bringing you the action from Brazil.

They say “once a Marine, always a Marine”, so I’ve added a military section to give my opinions on all things military, from the latest news to reunions with old mates. You’ll also be able to read military related blog posts and up and coming work.

As a bit of aviation geek too I had to include a section for vagabonding around the world in my little beautiful Piper Cub. I’ll be posting pictures and talking all things aviation.

With summer coming there’s exciting times lay ahead. . .