A young English mountaineer (Freddie Thorp, Overdrive) is lured to the Alps by his friend to help him conquer the ‘Big Three’ – the Matterhorn, the Eiger, and Mont Blanc over one summer. Despite witnessing bloody fatalities while ascending the first two peaks, they persevere onto the final climb, unaware of a deadly storm brewing on the other side of the mountain.
Shot at altitude in 4K by director and climbing enthusiast Julian Gilbey (A LONELY PLACE TO DIE), SUMMIT FEVER is a stomach-churning story of extreme survival.
I was invited to be the Freddie Thorp’s stunt skier in the Cosmiques Couloir and work as a safety guide on the shoot.
Chamonix 2018 was the winter that kept on giving and definitely the best in my 25 years of Alpine skiing.
Storm riding Mallory, the classic under the cables of Aiguille du Midi
If you are into ski touring then this annual meet of enthusiasts for La Sentinelle is for you.
The steepest line in Europe? Col de la Verte with Drew Tabke
Les Droites SW Face solo in powder on a -30C day mid-February from first lift on the Midi
Under the cables of Aiguille du Midi on the infamous Chamonix line called ‘Mallory’
Frendo Spur in perfect powder, again on the North Face of the Midi
Getting rad in the Mont Blanc Massif with friends
The ski touring meet for enthusiasts in Lyngen and Tamok
Spring radness in the massif featuring a descent of Grand Gervasutti
The mythical Pan du Sucre
Probably the best snow I’ve ever skied on the Epaule du Tacul
Baffin’s North East Fiords – Gibbs, Stewart Valley, Walker Citadel, Sam Ford
Brenva by Couloir cache
Col des Courtes with Tof Henry and Andre Darkyl
North Face of Col du Plan on Aiguille du Midi with Papy
Tour Ronde into Brenva with Michelle Blaydon and Morgan Sahlen
North Face of Col du Plan with Jakob Wester, Bird and Andre Darkyl
Para in the afternoon
Rond with Tof and the Chileans
Rocco with Tof and the Chileans
Verbier opening day 2016