< 1 Min. In this brand new 31-page media kit, I show you my work as an adventure journalist and speaker: Expeditions, travels, challenges – everything that excites me. Let yourself be inspired.
About caves, deserts, jungles, islands and the ice.
Marvel at primeval forces
26 Min. Volcanic eruption! One of the most fascinating spectacles in nature. For the first time we were to witness spewing lava live. The largest volcanic island in the world offered us even more: cold weather training, a glacier hike and an ice cave visit.
Desert Adventure Wadi Rum
16 Min. A labyrinth of magnificent sandstone formations stretches as far as the eye can see, the sun makes the steep, red craggy rock faces shine, the desert wind whispers stories of times gone by – in Wadi Rum, Jordan is “great cinema”.
Expedition to the "green lungs" of Brazil
17 Min. Deep in the Amazon is a place where, surrounded by the wilderness and all its inhabitants, you can experience the rainforest in an extraordinary way. I went on a voyage of discovery here.
A journey with the Royal Canadian Geographic Society
20 Min. Aboard the research vessel ‘Resolute’, I lent a hand as a temporary scientist and helped collect data. The expedition took us through the Canadian Arctic to the breathtaking fjords of Greenland.
Ranger Training in South Africa
16 Min. Exploring the wilderness on foot in the midst of lions, elephants and buffalo? You can learn to do that. In summer 2019, I will join a field guide course in South Africa.
Son Doong in Vietnam
13 Min. To the center of the earth! The most spectacular trip I’ve ever done: the Son Doong cave expedition in Vietnam. First, it’s through leech-infested jungle. Then, abseiling down into the cave, over sharp rocks, through underground lakes, gigantic shafts. Absolutely breathtaking!
Volunteering in Sumatra's jungle
14 Min. It’s off to a good start: sunburn, heat stroke, insect bites. Broken leg, dehydration, diarrhoea. Ida Vincent of Biosphere Expeditions initiates nearly a dozen dedicated conservationists from Germany, Austria, Italy, the US and Australia into the hazards of the Sumatran jungle.