AdventureX combines the mastermind concept with unique adventures on a whole new level. We create a trusted space for people to truly bond and connect while exploring comfort zones to gain perspective, both personally and professionally. Group sizes are small. Each experience has been built from the ground up leveraging our unique access across the globe. All itineraries are kept secret. Spaces are limited to a select few and are open by invite.

In the future, we will also use these experiences as a catalyst to combine resources for projects that will have a positive impact around the world.


Using experiences to have a positive impact on people’s lives.

Matt served for six years in the British military which included flying fast jets, the Tri-Service Survival Evasion Resistance and Extraction HQ and as an Overseas Expedition Leader led several multi-discipline expeditions across the world. He has travelled to over one hundred and twenty countries and ascended various famous peaks across five continents.

He is the Director of the Explorers Club  HK, an Adventure Consultant for Red Bull, a pioneer for the Adventurists,  a qualified Wilderness First Responder, Commercial and Paramotor Pilot. He is also the Founder and CEO of the World’s First Adventure Academy and MP Performance who work with ex UK Special Forces in outdoor environments to bring out the best in people. Matt holds the World Record for the Highest Altitude Reached by a Taxi – 17,143ft and has led expeditions which have found new species of dinosaurs!



Exploring what it means to be human. Equipping you for the world that is coming.

Chris found success in both the business and creative realms –  from building and exiting an 8-figure, global services company, to designing technology architectures, to winning awards for theatre acting and designs. The path of exploring and sharing what it means to be human, through outlandish adventures and deep self-examination, has been the most rewarding journey for him so far. This path began in 2010 when he drove an ambulance 10,000 miles to Mongolia.