From inspiring would-be adventurers, to proving how adventure can be fitted into a normal life along a full-time job, Phoebe is passionate about public speaking.

From talking in schools to presenting at corporate conferences, teaching travel writing and filmmaking workshops and seminars, moderating discussion panels and MCing, she is determined to make your event inspirational, motivational and tailored to your audience.

Since 2012 she’s hosted Wanderlust’s annual World Guide Awards at the Royal Geographical Society in London, taught a variety of Travel Writing, Blogging, Pitching and Filmmaking workshops at the Adventure Travel Show and Destinations Holiday Show in Olympia as well as the Adventure Travel Film Festival.

She’s spoken to sell-out crowds at Cheltenham Literary Festival, Bristol’s Wilderness Lectures, The Good Life Experience, Explorers’ Connect, Night of Adventure, Basecamp Festival, Explore at the RGS, Birdfair, Steppes Beyond Festival, Tales of Adventure, Stanford’s Travel Writing Festival, Borders Book Festival and more. She’s also spoken in high schools around the UK and been a Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award Presenter at St James’ Palace on several occasions.

Here are some upcoming places you can catch her:

Extreme Sleeps and Wild Nights
Yestival                                                                       
Brinsbury Agricultural Centre, West Sussex
Saturday, October 21, time TBC                                                                                                                                                  Tickets for the event (talk included in this) from £160 (weekend ticket - day tickets available). Click here for details.

Writing: Thinking Like a Storyteller
@ Explore: Expedition and Fieldwork Planning Weekend                                                                       
Royal Geographical Society, London
Sunday, November 12, time TBC                                                                                                                                               Tickets for the event (talk included in this) from £65. Click here for details.