I'm the guy that owns 30,000 snakes and is venturing out on his own to help bring educational and entertaining wildlife TV shows back by filming a privately funded animal adventure in Africa. AMA!
I've worked with exotic animals for over 25 years. I run one of the worlds largest privately owned reptile collections with over 30,000 animals. I have been on a quest to educate people about wildlife my whole life, but most recently over the last seven years I have produced a weekly web show named "SnakeBytesTV' that has received almost 100 million views in that time. I also launched the first ever independently owned animal network named "AnimalBytesTV". I'm now gearing up to shoot a privately funded wildlife documentary in Africa with a seasoned crew of wildlife producers to help bring back wildlife programming we all grew up with and now has been replaced by fake and sensational reality programs like "eaten alive" and "man eating super snake". I would love to answer any questions about any of my adventures in wildlife and hear what you guys think about the state of animal programming now. I'm also happy to answer any questions you might have about my experience with animals.
our wildlife crowd funding campaign: