Arthur obtained his bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in environmental studies from Eckerd College, where he established his love for kayaking and birding in the Florida Everglades. After college, Arthur worked in the publishing industry in New York City for three years, where he gained valuable life experience. In 2013, he traveled to Patagonia, where he was reminded of nature’s grandeur. Arthur decided to follow his passions and began guiding kayaking, hiking and biking trips in Acadia National Park. Heading north to Alaska, he worked as a sea kayaking guide in Kenai Fjords National Park for five years (and achieved his life goal of kayaking with killer whales!) During the summers of 2021 and 2022, he worked at remote wilderness lodges, familiarizing himself with bear ecology and ethical viewing practices. Alaska has become his second home; guiding there has enabled him to share some of the most beautiful and wild places on the planet. In 2022, Arthur joined the Nat Hab team as an Expedition Leader, eager to help travelers have meaningful experiences in nature.
Arthur is a passionate landscape and wildlife photographer who hopes to inspire people to travel to new places. You can check out his photography on Instagram: @ackampman. His hobbies include experiencing different cultures, camping with his wife and convincing their English bulldog that walks are fun! While he and his wife are often on the move, they call Riverside, Connecticut home. Arthur is happiest spending extended time in the wilderness, looking for wildlife, backpacking to an alpine lake or sitting quietly in his kayak.