Oli Broadhead is a 22-year-old adventurer, photographer and writer. His most recent expedition entailed walking across the Indonesian island of Sumatra, conducting a biodiversity study of a previously un-researched rainforest, and attempting (read "failing") to make the first ascent of the 3080m Mount Kurik. Previous adventures include two months spent walking coast to coast across South India - living on 75p a day, sleeping in fields frequented by tigers, and facing the monsoon with no tent (his fault); and cycling solo to the Arctic circle through the fjords and forests of Norway. 

Oli has given talks at the Royal Geographic Society, TEDx Edinburgh, and the London Mountaineering Society; and written articles for a variety of adventure magazines, including Sidetracked, National Geographic Kids, and Say Yes to Adventure.

Contact: olibhead@gmail.com