Explore the limitless possibilities of the human condition and our planet with Monty Halls, broadcaster, naturalist, marine biologist and ex-Royal Marines leadership specialist.
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Monty Halls | Speaker Biography
Monty Halls is a highly accomplished individual with a diverse range of skills and experiences. He is a successful broadcaster, speaker, naturalist, marine biologist, and the owner of SeaDog Productions. Monty's impressive background includes both corporate and documentary filmmaking, as well as presenting.
Before embarking on his current career, Monty served as an Officer in the Royal Marines and played a role in the peace process under Nelson Mandela in the early nineties. Following his passion for the natural world, he became a qualified marine biologist and is now the President of the Galapagos Conservation Trust. Monty's dedication to exploration and conservation has been recognized with the prestigious Bish Medal.
Throughout his career, Monty has led numerous expeditions and investigations, uncovering a sunken city off the Indian Coast, combating poaching in Malawi, and exploring prehistoric settlements in South Africa. His television work has also gained him acclaim, including his victory on Channel 4's 'Superhumans' and his roles as presenter on BBC2's 'Great Escapes', 'Great Barrier Reef', Channel 4's 'My Family and the Galapagos', and Discovery Channel's 'Lost Worlds'.
In addition to his television work, Monty is also an author and a regular contributor to the media. His passion for the natural world is evident in his work, and he is a dedicated ambassador for conservation. Monty's expertise and accomplishments have been recognized with an honorary Doctorate from Plymouth University. He is also a seasoned speaker on leadership and adventure.