My name is Geoff and I am an Engineer with a paddling addiction.
Guiding has taken me from South America to the high Arctic. Along the way I have enjoyed sharing wild and beautiful places with great people. The wilderness works majic for people and that is priceless. I can’t tell you how many guests have told me during a trip that it was the best experience of their life. My greatest distraction is dreaming of my next guiding gig, when I am wearing my engineering hat!
Geoff has been working in the Energy and Environment field for the last few years, after growing tired of staring glacial retreat in the face and experiencing first-hand the many other environmental challenges faced in the wild places he had been guiding. Geoff is working on carbon-negative technologies with a small company called Carbon Engineering, finds time each year to lead outdoor learning and mentorship river trips for youth with US-based charity GOALS (Get Outside and Learn Something), and spends the rest of his spare time complaining about living in the big city! Geoff misses the days of campfire cooking and grizzly spotting, and hopes Neil will bring him back for a few more Tats one of these summers.