Following a childhood in Scotland and an education (of sorts) in Liverpool, Rupert Wolfe Murray travelled to Tibet where he spent a year as an English teacher and guide. Journalism and writing followed and then a long stretch in the Balkans where he wrote books, made some documentary projects and did aid work.
Currently he works as a writer, editor and sometime project manager.
At the end of 2015 he moved to Liverpool with his partner Manuela Boghian. Their mission in life is to find "untold stories", using an anthropological approach.
Rupert has a new blog which encourages people to discover independent travel and he offers every new subscriber a free photo book of Tibet in 1987: wolfemurray.com
He tweets every day at: @wolfemurray