James is currently a Foundation Doctor working at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, having graduated from the University of Bristol in 2018 (MBChB).
Originally from Worcestershire, James has been fortunate enough to have travelled extensively through sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia and South America from a very young age, due to his father’s involvement in the wildlife and safari industry.
James is a qualified field guide in Botswana having trained at the Okavango Guiding School in 2015, attaining my BQA Level 2 Certificate. Since then, he has worked as a guide at two safari camps in the Okavango Delta. Furthermore, since 2011, James has also worked on a freelance basis as a field and bird guide for a UK-based company in countries including Uganda, South Africa, Zambia, Honduras, Guatemala and Brazil.
Outside medicine, his main areas of interest and expertise include walking safaris, ornithology and wildlife photography.