After venturing to the USA to study liberal arts with foci on photography and the theater, Cansu returned to his homeland and involved himself with the daily grind of urban chaos while pursuing tourism in academia.
Having had his share of metropolises and having graduated from the Ege University (Aegean University), Cansu resettled in Cappadocia in 2012 and has been guiding there since. He holds certificates of expertise in Cappadocia-hiking and Cappadocian Christianity, endorsed by the related chamber of tour guides. He thrills at being an amateur of linguistics, particularly of etymology, and moonlights as a translator as well as an interpreter.
Shortly after his arrival to Cappadocia, he discovered his passion of hiking in the myriad valleys and exploring the virtually countless rupestrian habitations of this otherworldly region. Fascinated as he is with the veritable surreality in this so-called middle-of-nowhere part of Turkey, he seeks to scholarly de-enigmatize the past of earthlings here to the extent allowed by fairies and jinn.
Cansu believes he has been able to join his avocation and vocation in tour guiding and ultimately endeavors to master serving as an intermediary between advanced academics and intellectually eager visitors.