Internationally renowned Adventurer, Producer and Survival Consultant
What Makes Megan a Nite Maverick?
Described by adventurer, writer and tv presenter, Bear Grylls as being 'Stronger than 99% of the men I know’, Megan's primal drive to travel and explore means she can often be found breaking trail through waist deep snow, swinging in her hammock in the depths of a jungle or sharing stories sat around a campfire under the desert stars.
She has a vast wealth of experience and knowledge, gained from leading hundreds of expeditions and consulting for TV survival and adventure shows across the globe. As an expedition leader, Megan sets up and leads adventures to remote wilderness environments where she has lived and worked for extended periods with indigenous communities from the San bushmen in Africa to the Sami reindeer herders in the Arctic to the Iban jungle dwellers in Borneo and many more.
Happy both behind and in front of the camera, Megan has been an integral part of creating Emmy award winning content and leading A-list talent and film crew in remote wilderness environments for the past 20 years. Author of the best selling book 'Mind of a Survivor’ her next publication 'I of the storm', will be launched later this year.
Plans for 2023
Megan’s plans are constantly evolving as much of what she does is impacted by the fluidity of the climate. Here’s a snapshot of some of the things she currently has planned for 2023.
January - The Azores, Atlantic Ocean : Brand event an launch
February - Scotland :Ski & winter climbing Training
February /March - Abu Dhabi: Film production.
March / April - Sweden: Kungsleden speed attempt remote
May / June - India: Netflix film production
July - China: Creating an adventure academy for young female CEOs and leaders
August - Pakistan:Mental Health film production
September - Mongolia, Altai mountains: Expedition tracking snow leopards on horse back with nomadic tribes
October - Gobi desert, Mongolia/China : 2024 expedition training
As Worn By Megan
The field watch was initially designed for military use and supplied to soldiers worldwide. It had to withstand wear and tear, be mission accurate, have a durable case and have an easy-to-read large dial.
This was the inspiration for our MX10. We added Tritium illumination so that wearers can always check the time even when it's pitch black, and we made sure its Swiss movement was protected in a robust and waterproof case to a depth of 100m. The MX10 field watch was so good, it was officially supplied to the UK Special Forces and was given NATO certification.
You don’t need to be in the military to wear the MX10, but you can be confident in the knowledge that having been tested in numerous military situations, it will endure anything you can throw at it because it has already been proven through passion.
If you find yourself in some more challenging environments and you need a watch that can keep up, then this could be the watch for you. It has already been proven through passion.