Talk at the Royal Geographical Society

I have given many talks about my expeditions over the years at conferences, festivals, schools and evenings of adventure.

I’ve spoken for and at the Royal Geographical Society, Royal Commonwealth Society, National Geographic Store London, Explorers Connect, Grant Thornton, Tales of Adventure, British Schools Exploring Society, RGS Explore Conference, St James’ Palace and various schools secondary and primary schools.

I organise most talks myself but have also been represented by Inspirational Speakers for Schools and the World Explorers Bureau.

Motivational and Inspirational Speaking Testimonials

“Tim was fantastic, witty and engaging”

Danny Sriskandarajah, Director of the Royal Commonwealth Society

“The staff said you were brilliant”

Debra Searle, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

“Thanks so much for coming in today. The kids really enjoyed it.”

Caroline Guest, Portland Place School

“His passion for sharing life’s adventures and the benefits that come from them is extraordinary”

Will Taunton-Burnet, Director of the British Schools Exploring Society

“Many thanks for coming to Reed’s on Friday. Your talk was very well received and I hope it sows a few adventurous seeds.”

Graham Spawforth, Deputy Headmaster, Reed’s School

“I enjoyed your talk, you seemed confident in your presentation, you showed a good range of photos and your positive message to seek out your own adventure came across really well.”

Lonneke Kwantes, Inspirational Speakers

“Many, many thanks for your help with the fundraising kids. I think they will make it!”

Paula Borton, Mossbourne Academy

“Thanks again for yesterday. The kids’ feedback was very positive.”

Katy Cullen, Hinchley Wood School

“Thank you for a most entertaining evening. In this money/consumption driven world it is so health to see a young man with so much heart and go.”

Salim Laher, Rotary Club of Twickenham

“Many thanks for coming on Friday. I taught some of the girls in the audience that afternoon and they certainly enjoyed it. I think the idea works really well.”

Matthew Wright, Lady Eleanor Holles School

“A couple of bullet points that made you a successful and inspiring speaker:

– Good body language and clear pronounciation
– Inspiring by showing students your own background story
– Connecting with students and checking if they are engaged”

Sjors Duursema, International Community School


“There’s one born every minute!”

HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh



Presenting to the 2011 Explore Conference

Objective #9: Get back in time to give a talk on Tuesday February 23rd

Tim Moss, The Next Challenge


I rarely give talks these days. However, if have an event at which you’d like to speak then please use my Contact Page or email [email protected].

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