Hugo Campbell grew up in Scotland, spending the majority of his childhood in the Highlands of the West Coast.

Interested in country sports from an early age, his father was very patient and spent hours teaching Hugo and his brothers to shoot, fish and stalk deer. 

After leaving school, he took his interest to the next level and spent 15 months working as an under keeper on the Blair Atholl Estate, one of Scotland's most prestigious deer forests and spectacular stalking country.

Hugo also spent two seasons working as a seasonal stalker in the Outer Hebrides. With dramatic scenery and unforgiving weather conditions, the untouched landscape offers some of the purest physically demanding stalking available in Scotland today.

In 2012 Hugo graduated from Harper Adams Agricultural College with a degree in Land Management. He is now a fully qualified land agent and is a member of RICS, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.