David is acutely aware that without adequate support and encouragement young people (as well as many older ones too), especially those from challenging backgrounds or with physical or mental health issues, are often denied the chance to develop their full potential and grow their self confidence. He aims to make a difference by engaging with society on an individual, national and global level through encouragement and positiverosity (David’s word for positive attitude and generosity).
David is also campaigning for us all to disconnect from digital and get some outside time every day to reconnect with nature, our creative thought and each other. He sees the need for us to prioritise being present in the ‘here and now’ which is so often disrupted by our digital lives. Find out more about this at www.wildtimeoffline.
David lives on the shore of Loch Tay, Highland Perthshire with his wife Jo and their three children. Jo worked in Property Management and Public Relations before joining David to develop their business WildFox Events.