Machu Pichu Kayak Fest Pintura y Dibujo concurso

Sending a message to the top

After my passport & laptop were stolen out of a friend’s car in Bagua, Northern Peru; I was confined to Lima for a couple of months where I was able to borrow a computer to complete work & preparations needed for the arrival of our VIP guest, and go through the epic process of getting…

Viaje Previo: Interviews & New Connections

Over the first 10 days of March, Camote, Samuel, Liz and I hiked into the dam affected villages of Mendan and Tupen in order to capture footage and stories  which we will use in our upcoming media campaigns throughout Peru, April -July. These stories will form the more personal part of the campaign, aimed at…

Looking for Volunteers!

After a few local Peruvian and international guides & paddlers offered their help, I realised the huge potential that exists in this global paddling community &  how beautiful it will be if the entire journey is made possible by volunteers – people who just want to be there to enjoy the river and enjoy the…

Abissmo Canyon – Rio Apurimac

A challenging section where the shuttle is almost as long and dangerous as paddling itself. It was a spectacular morning when we set off from the riverside hot springs at Curuhuasi. Having stocked up on a stout breakfast of eggs, rice and potato we were ready for the big day ahead. Thousands of tiny hummingbird…

Project Update: Exciting Opportunities

After what felt like banging my head against a brick wall for the last few weeks, I am really, really excited. It’s funny how things seem to be going slow, but then take a massive leap. Exciting Project Developments: Banging my head against a brick wall is an exaggeration. Things have actually been coming along really…