Iain started Serenity Scotland in 2003. Growing up in Fife, he has a degree in History from the University of California at Berkeley and a Masters Degree (with Distinction) in Ethnology and Scottish Folklore. Iain has experienced life and work in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. As a guide he has worked with companies such as Pixar (as their tour guide for researching ‘Brave’), and for the last ten years with Franklin College leading an academic travel group of undergraduate students on courses in ‘Symbolizing Scotland’ and ‘Scotland, Story and Song’ Iain is a guest lecturer in ‘Cultural Tourism’ at the University of Aberdeen.
Iain’s interests and hobbies include playing the fiddle (wanting to throw the fiddle out of the window), running and loch swimming. He is a member of the Old Edinburgh Club and the Robert Louis Stevenson Club.