I am the Advertising Manager at UKClimbing/UKHillwalking.
Based in Sheffield, I have the good fortune of being based close to some of the best rock in the UK. Whilst I love the gritstone, it is nice to get on something longer every once in a while so throughout much of the Spring/Summer end up climbing elsewhere - either on mountain crag, sea cliff or more recently Malham Cove.
I began climbing whilst studying at Bangor University back in 2002, I then spent the following 10 years based in Wales working my way up through the ranks of Pete's Eats, Joe Brown's and DMM. After a brief stint working at the BMC I was inspired to begin volunteering for the organisation and was recently voted in as Chairman of the BMC Peak Area.
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Best Climbing Experience
Two moments in particular stand out: topping out of El Cap after completing The Shield with Alex Haslehurst and summiting the North Face of the Eiger via the 1938 Route with Jack Geldard. Both represented things that I never thought I would (or could) do when I first started climbing.
That said, the end of a days climbing at Gogarth or Pembroke still take some beating...
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Interests Outside Climbing
Coffee, Long Distance Fell Running, Reading, Photography
About My Photography
Up until a few years ago the words 'point and click' would have summarised my photography quite nicely. In 2014 I invested in a Canon EOS M and this sparked a greater interest in photography/composition; however, it was not until 2015 when I bought a second hand Canon 5D MkII that I started to fully understand how to shoot manually and get even more involved.
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I've voted for 922 photos, average vote 3.8.
(29% superb - 35% good - 25% average - 7% poor - 2% rubbish)
Trad - E6
Winter - VII
Sport - 7c
Alpine - ED2
Trad - E8
Sport - 8a
Bouldering - f7C
Mixed - M9
All over the world
Anything at Gogarth
Anything in Huntsman's Leap
Citadel and Sticil Face - Shelterstone Crag
Flanders and Western Gully - Black Ladders
The Shield - El Capitan
1938 Route - North Face of the Eiger
The list could go on
Cameo E1 5a
Christeena VS 4c
Dawn HVS 5b
Eliminate VS 4c
Flywalk VS 4c
Cock 'O The Rock f7A
Rocksucker V4 6b
Central Buttress Direct f6C 6b
Iain's Prow f6C 6b
Beaky Direct V3
Broad Slab Left VB 4a
Side-pull Slab V0- 4b
Broad Slab V0 4c
Broad Rib V0 5a
Broad Wall V0- 4b
... list all 1680 climbs
Extreme Rock 62%
The Five Best E3 Routes in the UK? 86%
Classy Peak Lime 7a to 7b+ 70%
Joe Browns Shops 50th Anniversary Celebration Routes List 84%
Hard Rock 43%
BMC On-Peak Rock: Esoterica 11%
The Top 5 E4's in the UK? 100%
Lakeland Revival 2015 1%
Rob Greenwood's Top 5 E5 Routes in the UK 100%
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