I'm Harry, Fire to Fork's resident campfire cook, camera man, writer, dish pig, lumberjack, mechanic, fire builder and enthusiastic (but hopeless) fisherman.
For as long as I can remember, I have been outdoors, I will always choose a million star view over a five star resort; in fact I think I sleep better in a canvas bag than anywhere else.
My dad is a businessman who grew up as a farmer and my mum is a chef, so combining food, the outdoors and the corporate world (when I worked as a corporate consultant) has never seemed strange to me. My sister Rose is a designer and is responsible for getting this website off the ground; Rose is not a camper but she is a fantastic cook and has provided a lot of input on the content found here. I am very lucky having a dad who is very practical and a mum who is a chef, giving me access to a wealth of experience and ideas that have hugely influenced the recipes and techniques I use.
Riding alongside me (and doing most of the work behind the scenes) is my wife Sam. I'll be honest, when I met Sam she had limited camping experience, but in the last few years she has become one of the best in the business. These days it is Sam teaching me the outdoor skills and who is the brainchild behind a lot of the ideas and recipes found here - she is a much better cook than me. During the week, Sam is a Doctor, and has helped put me back together plenty of times in the bush (or at least help to treat the occasional bout of wine flu).
My vehicle of choice is a '91 Landcruiser 80 series Sahara, we know as 'Brick'. Brick may not look like much but he has been extensively modified over the years to ensure we can continue to visit the best locations Australia has to offer.