Anthony studied glaciology at the University of Stockholm and geology and environmental studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This educational foundation has been enriched by Anthony's proclivity to seek local knowledge, spend time in nature and read extensively; you can always count on him for a good book recommendation! Anthony began his guiding career as a sea kayak guide and marine naturalist in the Discovery Islands on the west coast of BC, bridging his passion for adventure with his aspirations for a career that would immerse him in outdoors. Inspired by the region’s rich biodiversity, he delved into local ecology and natural history, a practice he has maintained while guiding in New Zealand and teaching skiing in BC’s Kootenays region, as well as in his own outdoor endeavors. Anthony is enthusiastic about facilitating exceptional experiential learning opportunities for travelers as a Nat Hab Expedition Leader in Quebec and Churchill, Manitoba.
In between guiding trips, Anthony can be found on his own adventures climbing, hiking and skiing in the mountains, and paddling remote coastlines. In 2022, he and his partner began a multi-year attempt to kayak the fabled Northwest Passage. Anthony is always in search of the world’s best hot chocolate and he loves baking chocolate chip cookies.