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Insightful, Inspiring, and Incredible are three words that come to mind when both researching and recording with Ian Finch. With a fisherman Father fascinated by native cultures and with Ian's own background in the Royal Marines, he has gone on to explore and adventure with culture at the forefront of his mind.
Having paddled the Yukon river, led expeditions across Norway, canoed in to the wild Highlands, and so much more, Ian's experience and stories are unique... and yet the experience connecting with people over the love and necessity of nature can be experienced by all.
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