Trip Jennings is an explorer, filmmaker and most passionately a conservationist. He's spent the last three years being chased by crocodiles, evading the Chinese military and being pinned down by rebels with AK-47s. Trip has traveled to the most remote and tucked away corners of four continents to bring back scientific data and media documentation of areas on the brink of change due to human activity.
His goal? To use his unique set of outdoor skills - and ability to come back alive - to advocate for conservation. His work has aided in the creation of a national park and been featured widely on television, online and in print media. In 2007 he was a National Geographic Adventurer Of The Year. Trip continues to pursue his passion for protecting wild places by documenting wildlife with the International League of Conservation Photographers and river ecosystems with the National Geographic Society.