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John Sullivan

John Sullivan

John Sullivan is a former Royal Marines Commando with nine years’ experience. He has operated in some of the world’s most challenging environments – Jungle, Desert and Arctic. Working alone, this has taken him to some of the remotest corners of the world to research and set up factual programmes for the BBC and the National Geographic Channel.

John has excelled in the realm of freelance consultancy. He has remarkable first-hand knowledge of many remote regions of the world. He develops unique networks of in-country contacts – often local tribes. John uses these to advise media groups and expedition leaders on how best to deal with the cultures and natural environments of the countries they plan to explore!

John is in great demand from the top TV Companies. His aptitude to inhospitable conditions in remote areas uniquely qualifies him for TV ‘groundwork’ and preparation. The BBC hired him to make all in-country arrangements for Last Man Standing and Extreme Dreams. For Channel 5, he executed a similar brief for the programme, Unbreakables. More recently, John prepared all the pre-shoot arrangements in Papua New Guinea for the National Geographic Channel’s documentary, Eating with Cannibals.

John is a master story-teller. He takes his audience on a journey of adventure, suspense and discovery. John’s delivery invites his audience to reflect on and evaluate their own professional and personal experiences. He helps us not to fear change or adversity, to learn that they are a part of life – that being a victim is a matter of choice.

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John Sullivan and his experiences were both entertaining and extremely interesting. Highly recommended; something you are likely not to see or hear again.

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  • Price Range:

    £2,000 - £5,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Adventure

  • Topics:

    Extreme Conditions, Leadership, Risk Taking

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