Aiden grew up thinking that the term “vacation” required, by definition, a long drive, a tent, and lots of mosquito spray. Every summer, his family would pack up their minivan and travel to different National Parks all across the US. This upbringing instilled in Aiden a passion for exploration and helped foster a deep respect for the diversity and beauty of nature.
Aiden recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in History and English from a small school in North Dakota. During his years there, Aiden helped start and run an outdoor club while also working as an sociology researcher and as an administrative intern to a local non-profit for immigrants to North Dakota.
In 2019, Aiden taught English in France before traveling solo across the Maghreb and heading down the Nile to see the Egyptian Temples he grew up reading about.
When Aiden is not working, you might find him in a coffee shop deep diving on some obscure research topic or trying to write the next New York Times bestseller.