A California native, Brittany is no stranger to Television or big game hunting. Brittany Boddington grew up in Los Angeles. Her father, author and outdoor television personality Craig Boddington, traveled around the world in search of big game animals; instilling in Brittany a sense of adventure. While he was away, Brittany was busy working in the film and modeling industry as well as doing volunteer work at the local animal shelters. Her competitive nature and tenacity enabled her to reach the Junior Olympics in Synchronized swimming at age 16. Brittany’s hunting career began after high school when, as a graduation gift in 2003, she went on her first safari with her father, taking five trophy animals. She now spends most of the year happily living out of a suitcase in pursuit of exotic animals and exciting adventures. She has hunted on 6 continents and collected numerous species. She has been on several TV shows including, Tracks Across Africa, The American Huntress, Petersen's Hunting Adventures, Dead Dog Walkin, The Extreme Huntress and The Boddington Experience. She writes for several notable outdoor publications including Peterson’s Hunting Magazine, Sports A’field, Wild Deer Magazine , California Sportsman, Western Shooting Journal, Sporting Classics and Gun’s and Ammo. She was honored as the first woman to ever appear on the cover of Petersons Hunting Magazine and has since been on the cover of California Sportman’s Magazine, Wild Deer Magazine, and Western Shooting Journal. She was also featured in the book “The Diana Files” by Fiona Clair Capstick. With her father Craig’s help Brittany has discovered a love for the great outdoors and has become a passionate hunter and conservationist. Brittany is always looking forward to her next outdoor adventure! She has learned through experience that the best way to preserve our hunting heritage is to teach the next generation of hunters about our way of life so she has developed the She Hunts skills camp in partnership with Shannon Lansdowne.