Expedition Team

Our team is the key to your incredible adventure


Explore Vietnam and Cambodia in the company of top experts. Benefit from their knowledge—team specialties include history, wildlife, Asian cultures, and more—and a passion for the places you’ll explore. And enjoy the company of our Vietnam and Cambodia travel guides; you’ll find them highly engaging and fun to share a drink or dinner with, as well as a walk.


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  • Adam Britton

    Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor
    Adam is a British-born zoologist who has lived and worked in northern Australia since 1997. Before arriving in Darwin, Adam gained a Ph.D. on the flight performance and echolocation of insectivorous bats, but his passion has always been large predators and the relationship that different cultures have toward them.

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  • Chris Cook

    Extension Leader
    A self confessed “animal nerd,” Chris falls under many titles: marine biologist, marine interpreter, dive master, science communicator, and naturalist. Chris was lucky enough to grow up on the East Coast of Australia, where there are no shortage of different coastal environments to explore. While growing up, his friends would be surfing while he would be under the waves, snorkel and mask on looking for fish and all the weird and wonderful creatures he couldn’t get enough of. This love of the ocean lead to him completing a Bachelor of Science in 2005.

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  • David Brotherson

    Cultural Specialist
    David’s career in archaeology began in 2005. While his interests initially focused on the ancient languages and cultures of the Mediterranean, he eventually shifted to Southeast Asia. David has been conducting research in Cambodia since 2009 and moved there permanently in 2011. He is a member of the Greater Angkor Project, an archaeology research program and international collaboration between the University of Sydney, Cambodia, and France, and has conducted fieldwork and excavations at numerous sites across Angkor. His research interests include ceramics studies, archaeological survey, and the history of Cambodian art and architecture.

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  • Elizabeth Becker

    Global Perspectives Guest Speaker
    Elizabeth Becker is an award-winning author and journalist with deep experience in Cambodia. As a New York Times correspondent she covered international economics, foreign affairs, the military and agriculture. 

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  • Larry Prussin

    Expedition Leader
    Larry has been a naturalist for more than 35 years.  His experience includes extensive work in environmental education in Ohio, Vermont and Yosemite National Park where he was program director for the Yosemite Institute.  He has been a ranger at Mohican State Park, Lehman Caves National Monument, and Glacier Bay National Park where he first met up with Lindblad Expeditions–National Geographic in 1990.

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  • Max Seigal

    Naturalist
    Max Seigal grew up in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, and spent his early years working at his parent’s veterinary clinic, which sparked his love for animals. At a young age, Max fell in love with conservation and travel. He studied abroad in both Costa Rica and the Bahamas during high school, and went on to graduate summa cum laude from Ohio Wesleyan University with degrees in environmental science, zoology, and economics.

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