Duncan was born in Solihull, near Birmingham UK. Always interested in Journalism from a young age, he went on to study Journalism at University before landing a Job as a runner with a regional BBC news in the west midlands. He slowly progressed up the ranks by moving around the country and TV stations, before finally made to lead reporter with a National News channel. His real interest was reporting from War zones, taking pictures that captured the real story etc. Chernarus was his first real opportunity to fly solo and be the lead, so when the stories of a biological outbreak started to surface, Duncan was given the greenlight to fly out.
He had read up the previous civil war in the country, had a basic understanding of what to expect from the people of the area but what he wasn’t expecting was the real horror that was about to unfold, not only in Chernarus but around the world.
Becoming trapped in the country like many, Duncan has made his home here. He still travels around looking for stories and interviewing people, all in the hope of maybe one day the infection will die out or a cure will be found and the world can go back to how it was. When that happens, Duncan will have a library full of stories to tell.