Bio & Contact

Greg Snell Portrait Snell Media

Greg Snell is a Canadian Adventure Tour Guide, Documentary Film Producer, Freelance Photographer, Destination Content Creator, Social Influencer, and winner of Australia’s ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition.

 

Graduating from the College of the Rockies in British Columbia with an honours degree in Adventure Tourism Business Operations, he has worked as an adventure guide across Europe, East Africa, central South America, Australia, and Patagonia.

 

As an avid writer and photographer Greg documents his adventures through inspiring storytelling and award winning photography. He maintains a significant social media following through Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Greg is also a regular contributor to G Adventures, The Looptail.

 

As the winner of Tourism Australia’s ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition Greg spent 2014 exploring all of Australia documenting this life changing experience and starting his own business in destination marketing, Snell Media.

 

In 2015 Greg embarked on creating a pilot series for travel television entitled TGTL, which you can view in full here. Throughout 2016 he has focused on growing Snell Media which offers comprehensive Digital Marketing Content Creation packages for a range of Travel Industry professionals.

 

Greg has been featured on Global Television in Toronto, CTV, Huffington Post Canada, the Toronto Star and Air Canada’s enRoute Magazine. He has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, skydived over the Great Barrier Reef, worked with indigenous tribes in coastal Ecuador, white-water rafted in Zambia, trekked the Tibetan Plateau, and explored the glaciers of central Iceland.

 

Greg believes that we can create a stronger future by engaging local communities who empower themselves for positive change. His pilot documentary series concept, Travel Global Think Local, embodies this belief.

 

For more information contact Greg Snell at gregorsnell@gmail.com

 

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