Jase Wilson is a PhD researcher at the School of Tourism, Hospitality & Events, Leeds Beckett University. His work focuses on risky forms of tourism in the Global South (e.g. South Asia and the 8000m peaks) and is particularly interested in power and privilege in the global tourism phenomenon.
He has worked in tourism development in Vietnam and Nepal, and participated in indigenous tourism research projects. Whether it's trekking in the Himalaya, climbing in Norway, or photographing the markets of Marrakech, he is always inspired by adventure.