futurist. drone fanatic. ex-banker. film producer. traveller. enterpreneur. worldrecordholder
Born in a small Austrian village, Paul has ventured out into the world of adventure. His focus is the cutting edge overlap of exploration and technology. Paul has solved a Rubics cube on the top of Mount Everest, climbed virgin peaks in Antarctica, searched for new dinosaur species in the Gobi desert and flown a drone into an erupting volcano. Never stopping to dream up new ideas, he has a passion to work with groundbreaking individuals and institutions that disrupt and will leave a lasting impact on our world.
This morning the post brought an unexpected surprise: Two certificates acknowledging Esther and myself as new Guinness World Record (GWR) holders. A little summer project – visiting the major touristic sites of Belgium and the Netherlands in a day has been awarded the World Record title. It all started with a complaint (by me, no[…]
How far would you go to pick up some trash? Sacrifice your free Sunday? Rappel down a cliff face? Ever since launching the PollutionmapHK.com back in early 2018, there was discussion about what would be the best next action step. Mapping trash along Hong Kong Islands coastline is great – but recording it alone does[…]
Some projects just take longer – just like great wine takes some time to mature, my latest film projecttook way longer then expected to complete. Countless deadlines were missed, scripts rewritten, missing scenes filled. But two years after Esther and me have held up the Explorers Club Flag in Chai Wan celebrating a unique adventure[…]
Last week was “ground zero day”. The first time my right foot touched the ground since my accident back in December. And while it was just a tiny small step (I still need crutches to take most of my weight) it was huge leap for my recovery – despite the long way still ahead. Just[…]