“Michael Modzelewski is the John Muir of our times. Like Muir, he provides quiet and reverential observance of nature and our own humanity, while interjecting riveting narratives of unanticipated death-defying adventures. His writing is visceral and poetic, alternately humorous and heart-rending, able to sweep the reader seamlessly into his world. I have spent happy hours with his writing.” —… Read more →
Michael has appeared twice on The Oprah Winfrey Show — “How Couples Meet in Unusual Ways” and “Romance Coach.” Read more →
PBS Television filmed Michael’s book, INSIDE PASSAGE: LIVING WITH KILLER WHALES, BALD EAGLES, AND KWAKIUTL INDIANS, with Michael playing himself in the Bio-Pic of life on the wilderness island in the Inside Passage of Alaska. Read more →
Michael was chosen as a Cosmo “Bachelor of the Month” and Year. His appearance as Mr. November not only brought Michael a wife, but his experiences of dating women around the world are the subject of his latest, best-selling book, Wild Life: The Miss-Adventures of a Cosmo Bachelor. Read more →
Michael has a life-long contract with Princess Cruises, as their top Alaska Naturalist and Guest Speaker. He has a huge following, with passengers specifically booking cruises that Michael is on. As one passenger stated: “Michael is the Prince of the Princess ships.” Read more →
Michael’s life was the subject of the New York City, off-Broadway play: LIFEGAME. Read more →
My favorite sport is running. It can be done anywhere, doesn’t depend on expensive equipment (other than shoes) and is a return to the primal – putting a cerebral writer in daily touch with his animal self. It is therapy, it’s “moving meditation;” it’s a spiritual practice in physical form. I could write a book about how running changed my… Read more →
Host Zephan Moses Blaxberg interviews Michael about how to live a purpose-filled life.
Host Suresh Thakoor interviews Michael about how to follow your bliss.
“Where the humans are caged and the animals run wild.” Explored Monkey Jungle in Homestead, Florida. The wildlife bio-park, on ten acres, allows you to move through lush rainforest habitats via screened walkways, and at a feeding station, you leave your “cage” to interact with the monkeys. New concepts in primate behaviors have been developed here, along with first-in-captivity births.… Read more →