Momentum Life Founder
I love the outdoors. For the last 30 years it’s all I've known. I've learnt how to live, breathe and create one-off journeys in the outdoors thanks to the incredible people I’ve encountered along the way. From my late father to some of the best guides on the planet.
I can only bring you Momentum Life with the skills and support of an incredible team and a wonderful family, of whom I'm so very proud and enormously grateful for.
I truly hope all our hard work brings you as much joy and inspiration as it did for us creating it.
Stay curious, stay wild.
Head of Brand
Travelling in the Middle East, USA and Southeast Asia in my youth - along with a stint living in Fort Collins, Colorado - ignited my love of the outdoors. Being outside makes me want to take a deep breath and forget about the day-to-day hassles. I’m now resident on the south coast of Hampshire where the New Forest meets the Solent, where there’s plenty of opportunity to do just that.
When I’m not working, I spend an inordinate amount of time eating ice cream while walking along the sea-wall with my husband and two girls. If you can’t find me I’ll likely be on my phone, preparing food or looking for muddy puddles in the New Forest.
Head of Visual Content
As a child, my teacher asked me what I wanted to be. I didn’t even think, I just said “I want to explore the world and tell stories about it.”
I’m so thankful my vision has become a reality with Momentum. I’m fortunate enough to have explored some of the most breathtaking places on the planet as an adventure filmmaker and photographer. Momentum has taken me to dramatic locations across the globe, from the extreme heat of the Sahara to -50C of the Arctic.
What am I doing tomorrow? I have no idea. That’s why I love what I do. Adventure is always calling and I’m very happy to answer that call.
Head of Words
My mantra is ‘Fight Like A Girl’. I’ve worked hard to live by it. It started when Gemma persuaded me to quit a fairly high-earning sales job to write copy for free (and work in a pub to pay the rent). Turns out, it was a pretty good move: it’s meant I can combine my love of writing with my absolute addiction to exploring ‘the new’.
The privilege of having South-East Asian, West Indian and Irish heritage means I was born with itchy feet. I’m thankful to have lived in Arizona, USA, and Singapore, travelling the world in between. Now based back in my hometown of Tunbridge Wells, I get my kicks from farm shops, escaping in planes, trains and camper vans with my boyfriend and wandering around in the forest with my two beautifully crazy children.