Graeme Green is an adventurous, wanderlust-driven travel writer, journalist, photographer and editor. Over the past 10 years, he’s completed stories and photo assignments for Wanderlust magazine on places as diverse as Japan, Colombia, Botswana, Peru, USA, Laos and Honduras.
His work is also published in The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian, FT How To Spend It, Tatler, The Independent, National Geographic Traveller, New Internationalist, South China Morning Post and others.
He's travelled extensively in Europe, Asia, Africa, Mexico, Latin America and North America, covering dozens of destinations, from Antarctica to Zambia.
He’s especially interested in adventure travel (trekking, cycling, scuba diving, free diving, kayaking…), wildlife, incredible landscapes and new cultures.
He also writes about world affairs, covering subjects such as human trafficking, conflict, conservation and indigenous land rights, and interviews a range of people including Arcade Fire, Bryan Cranston, David Cameron, Ricky Gervais, Danny MacAskill, Courtney Love, Richard Dawkins, Tinariwen, Monica Galetti, John Irving, bomb disposal experts and transsexual beauty queens.
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