Chris has lived and worked in Western Australia’s remote Kimberley region for nearly forty years. As the former regional manager for the state’s Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM), he has traveled extensively throughout the area cultivating an in-depth understanding of its flora, fauna, Aboriginal art, and geology, as well as its history, culture, and management issues. He has been involved in tourism and expeditions to the region since 1990, including guest lecturing on most of Zegrahm’s Kimberley voyages. In addition to co-writing numerous articles, Chris recently co-authored a book on the rediscovery of the original “Bradshaw” art site in the remote northwest Kimberley. Before moving to Western Australia, Chris lived and worked in Papua New Guinea for seven years.
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