This all forms our environment, creating a friendship, a relationship, an effect on our perception of this magnificent world.
The seeds of this relationship with nature were first planted in me and my three brothers as kids. I was a Connecticut Audubon Society Youth Volunteer and in the Boy Scouts. These seeds grew into a lifelong pursuit to understand the natural world around us.
Later, a university degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism granted me a passport to work and travel the world. This first-hand business experience exploring how people of many different cultures enjoy and share the planet’s natural beauty, lead me to create a company that teaches and protects the natural environment we visit.
I’m a graduate of The Yellowstone Association Naturalist Guide Program, member of The National Association of Interpretation, Leave-No-Trace Trainer and trained as a Grand Teton National Park Volunteer Interpreter.
You can find me hiking, biking, skiing, fishing and exploring the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with my wife Margaret in my free time.