Dr Glenn Singleman is a specialist rural and remote medical practitioner with a diverse background. He has worked in many different health care settings from metropolitan intensive care units to remote aboriginal outreach clinics to expeditions in Antarctica, the Simpson Desert and research vessels at the bottom of the ocean.
As one of Australia's most respected and accomplished professional adventurers, he currently holds four world records in extreme sport and in 2015, Glenn and his wife Heather became the first people to soar over the Grand Canyon in Wingsuits. He is also a practising medical doctor and an internationally acclaimed documentary filmmaker.
He was a key member of the Challenger Deep team that successfully sent acclaimed Hollywood director James Cameron (Avatar, Titanic, Aliens, Terminator) to the deepest point on the planet, the Mariana Trench, in a submarine designed and built in Australia. Dr Singleman was a member of the management team, the Second Unit Director, the Expedition Doctor, a member of the Submarine Team responsible for James Cameron's life support, and he is the Post Production Supervisor responsible for two National Geographic 3D Feature Films.
He's a published author and one of Australia’s most successful adventure speakers.
Dr Singleman continues to work as a medical practitioner, working in the Emergency and Critical Care Units at Sydney Adventist Hospital in Sydney.
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