Brian was born in the district of Kasese in the south western part of the country in the village of Katwe fishing village that is in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Attended Uganda Wildlife Research and Training Institute where I completed a diploma in Wildlife Tourism Management before I attended Poole Harbour Sea Survival for my Powerboat training and gained an international license of Powerboat level 2 and Powerboat Handling.
My background of having been born and raised in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park extended my wildlife knowledge and passion of nature.
In 2015 I worked with Katwe Tourism Destination Centre as a guide and marketing and promotional manager, in 2016 I worked with Medicines Sans Frontiers as community engagement personnel before I joined Mweya Safari Lodge in 2018 where I worked as a senior guide and boat captain.
I’m professional passionate and flexible down to earth team member that is well vast with Ugandan wildlife (birds,mammals,butterflies plants and reptiles), culture and history from which I have learnt over the years working in the tourism industry and undergoing various trainings including first aid and off road driving and as I developed keen interest for birds and travel blogging.
My language ability include English, Swahili and speaks over 6 indigenous dialects.
I’m active and sporty and often goes swimming, watching football and reading travel books, birding and searching butterflies.