Book Release: I Heart Africa Project book

As of March 10, a book I have been working on for the last five years finally left my desk and entered the public domain for readers and travellers alike. Over the last five years I have interviewed over fifty people – all carefully selected by myself, who are from all around the world, andContinue reading “Book Release: I Heart Africa Project book”

It’s finally here… the book is coming out March 10.

I Heart Africa Project Podcast – Episode #7: Shane Ross

Shane Ross is an avid African traveler, who first stepped foot on the continent with a one-way ticket in 2015. He spent time outside of Cape Town where he underwent guide training, then took to traveling solo around Africa for two years, for the most part, in little red, a bright red, Suzuki Samurai.

Maasai Heart

An excerpt from the interview with Stephanie Fuchs

I Heart Africa Project Podcast – Episode #6: Ivan Carter (Part One)

Ivan Carter has been guiding safaris all over Africa for the past 30 years. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, the importance of conservation and wildlife was instilled in Ivan from a very young age as he was able to enjoy the wild places on his doorstep. He was the youngest person ever to receive his professional guiding in Zimbabwe.
The host of the Carters War, which is the untold story of Ivan’s quest to save Africa, the worlds most wild continent.

I Heart Africa Project Podcast – Episode #5: Dr. Evan Antin

Dr. Evan Antin is a renowned Californian Veterinarian who has traveled the globe working with all manners of wildlife, big and small. Right from an early age, Evan knew animals would be a large part of his life and has a profound love for the most irrationally feared creatures such as snakes, crocodiles, rats, and sharks.
The host of Evan Goes Wild on Animal Planet, which hit our television screens in February 2019, he used his expertise and knowledge to help spread the importance of wildlife conservation and awareness.


Zambezi Boy

Each new day in Africa, brings its own challenges, and he wouldn’t trade it for anything. Life in Zimbabwe has strengthened his character, and has taught him humility and gratitude.