Mountaineering, photography and the Dalai Lama. Emergency and expedition doctor, Andrew Peacock, MD

Images Courtesy of Andrew Peacock. http://www.footloosefotography.com

Name: Andrew Peacock, MD

Location: Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia

Specialty: Emergency Medicine

Today’s episode is not about Covid-19. Instead we’re going to give all of you a break and take you as far away from this as we possibly (and virtually) can. For that, we’re heading to Queensland, Australia to meet Dr. Andrew Peacock, an emergency physician, award winning photographer, accomplished climber and expedition guide for Lindblad expeditions, a travel company contracted with National Geographic.

This conversation takes us everywhere from Antarctica to Nepal, aboard a Russian ice breaker ship, technical climbing in New Zealand, and even a private audience with the Dali Lama.  We’ll learn how a lucky break in Antarctica sparked a side career for Andrew in photography. Best of all, we’ll uncover how a busy emergency medical physician has made this life possible, while literally setting the standard for work life balance.

This was simply an incredible episode. We had a blast doing it. With that said, let’s get started.

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