On leaving school Annabel went on to do a year's secretarial course at the Marlborough Secretarial School in Oxford followed by a year's cookery course at Prue Leith's School of Food and Wine.
On finishing her cookery course she packed her backpack and headed off to travel the world, starting in the UK she travelled through counties such as Greece, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Pakistan, India and Nepal before heading off to Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and America to name but a few. She then went to travel through Africa for 6 months and came back 4 years later having based herself in Malawi and worked in a scuba diving school before setting up a restaurant for discerning travellers.
On her return to the UK she started to work for Frontiers International, a travel company specialising in exclusive shooting and fishing holidays all over the world, she specialised in shooting and fishing in South America and Atlantic salmon fishing in Russia. During her time here she was lucky enough to visit South America on various occasions and also Russia to fish the Ponoi River. She then moved on to work for the Fly Fisher Group where she continued to specialise in Russia, making all the travel arrangements for their clients and assisted her director with the running of their lodge on the Yokanga River on the Kola Peninsula.
Having worked in the travel industry for 11 years Annabel was looking for a career change and joined Moss Fallon in June 2012.
Outside of work Annabel enjoys shooting, fishing and travel.