Wild Frontiers CEO & Founder
Having strutted the boards as a rock singer in the latter half of the 80s, Jonny ditched the music industry for the open road and set off on what turned out to be a decade of travels, through Africa and South and Central Asia which resulted in three highly acclaimed travel books, one TV film and Wild Frontiers. As a writer and traveller Jonny has visited more than 90 countries and, in addition to his books, has had articles featured in a variety of publications including the Daily Telegraph, The Times, Observer, The Guardian and Wanderlust. He has lectured to the Royal Geographical Society on a number of occasions in both London and Hong Kong.
In 2002 Jonny set up Wild Frontiers, named after Pakistan’s mountainous Northwest Frontier where the idea to establish his own adventure travel company was hatched. Today Wild Frontiers operates in more than 80 destinations worldwide.