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“In Pursuit of the Summit you Awaken the Spirit!” Chief Editor Inga Yandell


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In Gratitude for our Advisors who contributed their Knowledge & Experience to help us provide a quality resource.


Anna-Louise Pickering is an award-winning photographer and the director of Pollyanna Pickering Ltd. Public relations expert and official photographer/author to wildlife artist Pollyanna Pickering on all her expeditions, Anna-Louise’s credits are numerous and her creative skills highly acclaimed. Anna-Louise is also the spokesperson for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and Patron of St Winniepigs guinea pig and rabbit rescue. www.pollyannapickering.co.uk


For over 30 years, Daniel J. Cox has been pursuing his life long dream of photographing nature in all its elements. He’s traveled to all seven continents, plying his craft in search of the images that help tell the stories and inspire his art. Driving rain, spitting snow and howling wind are all part of the environment he calls home. For Dan bad weather means great light, unusual clouds and dramatic settings. Internationally recognized, Dan has used his exceptional vision and passion for nature to bring it to life for his viewers. His dedication and love for his photography and the environment has earned him high regard in his profession. www.naturalexposures.com


Nell Stephenson uses a comprehensive, individualized approach to develop a custom, goal-oriented plan to get clients to achieve the results they're looking for. With an Exercise Science Degree from the University of Southern California, a Health/Fitness Instructor Certification from the American College of Sports Medicine and over a decade in the health, fitness & nutrition industry, Nell offers the ideal balance to support and guide clients, whether they're a busy executive, a new mom or an athlete. www.paleoista.com


Andrew Hedgman is a New Zealand born Ultramarathon Runner who resides in Brisbane, Australia. He is also a licensed Skydiver and Scuba diver. In 2012 Hedgman will be running 1000 km's from Brisbane to Sydney. In September he will also be flying to Turkey to take part in the Lycian Way Ultramarathon. Hedgman is currently writing a book about his New Zealand run among other adventures. He often writes articles for different sports magazines in Australia and New Zealand. www.andrewhedgman.com


Jonathan and Angela Scott are multi award-winning wildlife photographers based in Kenya. They are the only couple to have won, individually, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award. They write, illustrate, teach and are TV presenters, most famously known for the ‘Big Cat Diary’ series for BBC television. They have also written numerous bestselling books including Jonathan’s ‘The Marsh Lions’ (1982) and their co-authored, ‘Antarctica: Exploring a Fragile Eden’. Their book, ‘Stars of Big Cat Diary’, was published in 2009. www.jonathanangelascott.com and www.jascottphotography.com


Robert Scriba - Wildlife Guide, Author and Photographer who went from teenage trapper to farmer, hunter and logger. Bob has spent over 50 years in the forest, on the rivers and amongst the crags of western Canada. From the tools of these trades to the camera and lenses he now carries, an evolution of awareness and values helps him portray a sensitivity and understanding of the wilderness and wildlife around us. www.seasonsofthegrizzly.com


University sport physiologist Dr. Frank Wyatt, is an accomplished baseball player, rugby player, competitive cyclist, marathoner, with a black belt in Taekwondo. Dr. Wyatt is the chairman of MSU's Department of Kinesiology where he has helped take the team to a new level in terms of testing. Much of his published research has been on cycling-related topics. More recently he released The Tao of Training a book that explores how athletes can generate better performance through balanced training.


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