The Team

Senior Account Manager

I started working with Adventure Travel in 2007 at which point I could be found skiing in Canada, biking and paragliding in France and white water rafting and quad biking in the Caribbean. However, after two stints on maternity in 2014 and 2016, the adventurous side has slowed down a little. I currently work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays in the office and am just as busy being a mum on the other days!

Editorial Assistant

As a mother of three, my biggest adventures are about getting outdoors with the kids on the weekend, going for walks in the countryside and exploring the best that Warwickshire has to offer. Having graduated from the University of London many years ago, I joined Adventurize Media in 2011 and the rest, as they say, is history.

I’ve worked for Adventurize Media for nine years now, though I took a hiatus in 2011 to ski guide in Meribel. I’ve always chased adventure and I climbed the Eiger when I was 15, and Mont Blanc the year after. Having seen glimpses of the beauty that this planet has to offer, I've made it my mission to explore and experience as much of it as possible.


Alun Davies launched Adventure Travel magazine (now Wired for Adventure) over 25 years ago as a way to travel the world, climb mountains and call it work. These days, Alun has hung up his ice axes and spends more time on his other passions of hiking and falling off motorcycles.

I'm a staff writer here at Wired for Adventure. I love the outdoors and am passionate about travel. Since writing all about American literature a couple of years ago, I made it my mission to visit all 50 states (still plenty more to go...). You'll also regularly find me in the audience at the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon!

Emily-Jane Cave is editor of Wired For Adventure magazine. When she's not hammering on a keyboard, she can be found dangling from a climbing harness or answering to cries of 'Muuuuum!!'. She loves big outdoors, a nice boot, tapas, wine, and anything orange. Her dream is to write a bestselling novel.