Phil Dampier & Ashley Walton

Phil Dampier has been writing about the royal family for 26 years. Between 1986 and 1991 he covered the royal beat for The Sun, Britain’s biggest-selling daily newspaper. As a freelance journalist for the last 20 years, he has travelled to more than 50 countries, following members of the House of Windsor, and his articles have been published in dozens of newspapers and magazines worldwide. [Read more…]

John Carter

John Carter has spent 20 years in Arabia as an Arabist. Five years in the services were followed by eight years working for Shell in Oman, and then a couple of years as Sales Manager for a furniture company selling into Saudi Arabia and the Gulf. He then worked as an independent Marketing Consultant throughout the Middle East for some five years. [Read more…]

Kathy Cuddihy

Kathy Cuddihy, Canadian by birth, has lived abroad for most of her life. A penchant for foreign cultures and languages has served her well throughout her extensive travels. Her varied career has included being a jillaroo (cowgirl) in Australia, a secretary at the United Nations in Geneva, and a public relations consultant in Saudi Arabia. [Read more…]