Author. adventurer. presenter


I eat bugs and tell stories - not necessarily in that order...


On a serious note, I'm a firm believer that everyone can teach you something. Sharing people's stories from across the world has been an absolute privilege. The world is a vibrant, exciting, yet often complex place. I seek to tell stories with heart, stories people can relate to – and ultimately care about long after a book has been put down or the camera has stopped rolling. 





This is the tale of an epic three-month adventure through unexplored jungle terrain - and it might even change your life


Fuelled by a zest for life and the desire to explore the world around her, Pip Stewart took on a world-first challenge: following Guyana's Essequibo River from source to sea. With the help of guides from the Waî Waî indigenous community, Pip and her teammates journeyed through the rainforest, facing peril every day as they kayaked rapids, traversed waterfalls and hacked their way through the mountainous jungle of the Guiana Shield, before finally reaching the Atlantic Ocean.

Survival skills and a flesh-eating parasite weren't the only things Pip took home from the rainforest. From contending with snakes to learning about the value of community, forgiveness and self-belief, in 
Life Lessons from the Amazon Pip shares many pearls of wisdom that we can all apply to our own lives. Her hard-won insights invite us to embrace the wildness within ourselves and live more every day.




I've been bashing away crafting stories for a number of years now – some of them are below.