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EARTH+AIR
Adam Oswell

PHOTOGRAPHER/CONSERVATIONIST

Adam is an Australian photographer and conservationist specialising in wildlife trade and protection issues. His work has appeared in a wide range of media including, The Guardian, Bloomberg News, The South China Morning Post, TIME Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald and Asian Geographic. He has also contributed to productions with the BBC, ABC Australia, Off the Fence Productions, Icon Films, The World Conservation Union (IUCN), The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), TRAFFIC, WWF International, the United Nations Development Program and many others. Based in Thailand, Adam has worked and travelled extensively in Asia for over 20 years.

Adam regularly shoots for WWF including contributing to the WWF-Canon Photo Database, documenting illegal wildlife trade and covering snow leopard capture and collaring programmes in Mongolia and the western Altai. He has initiated and photographed numerous WWF aerial projects including extensive coverage of the Mekong river system, Myanmar’s Dawei Road and Special Economic Zone development and Thailand’s World Heritage Western Forest Complex. He also conducts photography and communications workshops for WWF and other leading wildlife conservation organisations. He is deeply committed to conservation and protecting the planets last remaining wild places.

Barry Rosenbaum

BIOLOGIST / CONSERVATIONIST

Dr Barry Rosenbaum is a field biologist and founder of the Altai Institute for Research and Conservation (AIRC) with over 15 years experience in conservation in Central Asia. He has spent the past 10 years as director of a broad-based research project on Mongolian argali sheep (Ovis ammon) and snow leopards (Panthera unicia) in the western Mongolian Altai. The project employs a wide variety of methods to understand species behavior and ecology well enough to develop long-term conservation management plans. Current project activities include satellite collaring and monitoring of argali, wolverine and snow leopard populations, landscape analysis, surveys and monitoring.

Barry Rosenbaum

BIOLOGIST / CONSERVATIONIST

Dr Barry Rosenbaum is a field biologist and founder of the Altai Institute for Research and Conservation (AIRC) with over 15 years experience in conservation in Central Asia. He has spent the past 10 years as director of a broad-based research project on Mongolian argali sheep (Ovis ammon) and snow leopards (Panthera unicia) in the western Mongolian Altai. The project employs a wide variety of methods to understand species behavior and ecology well enough to develop long-term conservation management plans. Current project activities include satellite collaring and monitoring of argali, wolverine and snow leopard populations, landscape analysis, surveys and monitoring.

Mark Silverberg

PARAMOTOR PILOT

Mark is a highly skilled and certified paramotor pilot and instructor who has extensive experience flying in some of the most demanding environments on earth. As owner and pilot for Sky Club Asia Mark is highly conscience of customer service and providing a safe, fun and reliable flight experience. He has worked on aerial commissions for a range media and conservation organisations including WWF Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar and the Elephant Conservation Network.

  • Currently Certified Instructor with APPI-PPG.Association of Paragliding Pilots and Instructors Organization
  • Currently Certified flight instructor and tandem pilot with United States Powered Paragliding Association. www.usppa.org
  • Currently Certified Instructor with the United Stated Hang Paragliding Association (non powered flight) www.ushpa.org
  • Certified flight instructor with RASAT-FAI-Thailand.
Lee Onions

ADVENTURE CO-ORDINATOR

Lee has traveled extensively having visited over 50 countries during a 5 year backpacking adventure. He pushed, carried and rode a bog standard mountain bike unguided, over the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal climbing to 5500 metres over the summit.

 

Its fair to say that adventures and travel are part of his nature as most of what he loves to do most involves being active in nature. Working remotely online as a digital marketeer gave him the freedom to explore remote parts of globe, meeting fellow travelers and discovering some of the most captivating landscapes on the planet.

  • Enthusiastic photographer
  • Downhill mountain biking
  • Off road dirt biking
  • Trail running
  • Power Kiting and Kite surfing
Lee Onions

ADVENTURE CO-ORDINATOR

Lee has travelled extensively having visited over 50 countries during a 5 year backpacking adventure. He pushed, carried and rode a bog standard my mountain bike unguided, over the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal climbing to 5500 metres over the submit.

 

Its fair to say that adventures and travel are part of his nature as most of what he loves to do most involves being active in nature. Working remotely online as a digital marketeer gave him the freedom to explore remote parts of globe, meeting fellow travellers and discovering some of the most captivating landscapes on the planet.

  • Enthusiastic photographer
  • Downhill mountain biking
  • Off road dirt biking
  • Trail running
  • Power Kiting and Kite surfing