Maneoveuring Through the Munros

Maneoveuring Through the Munros

Hamish Frost is a professional adventure sports photographer, based in Scotland. After being inspired to take up mountain sports photography, he quickly became in demand and worked on projects in places such as Antarctica, the Himalayas and the Alps. Although Hamish has travelled all over the world, the Scottish mountains in his back yard, keep him going back for more and push him to his limits.

Getting a Grip

Getting a Grip

Suffolk-born Shane Griffin is a professional parkour athlete and climber. Shane spent his childhood jumping and climbing his way through his village, and as he got older, his gravity-defying feats led him from stunt roles in movies and the job as course tester for Ninja Warrior.

Control in the Cold

Control in the Cold

Danish-born Jonas Beyer is a professional wildlife photographer. Jonas spent his childhood taking photographs of anything he could and when he got older, his love of animals took him to some of the coldest and most unforgiving places on earth in order to photograph animals in their natural habitat.

Welcome to the Whitewaters

Welcome to the Whitewaters

German-born Adrian Mattern is a professional whitewater kayaker who travels the world as part of a collective called SEND. Adrian’s love of the sport has taken him and his team to some of the most remote places on earth in order to capture footage of the most death defying waterfall drops ever attempted.

Mentor in the Mountains

Mentor in the Mountains

Carlo Cosi is a 32-year-old Italian mountain guide who earned the prestigious distinction of ‘Alpine Guide’ – aka Master of Mountaineering – at the age of just 25. He has traversed over 50 ice routes, 100 rock routes and undertaken over 100 ski mountaineering trips and crossings in his career so far.

Cracking the Ice

Cracking the Ice

As an experienced ice-climber, Beth Goralski knew the toll climbing could take your body. But pushing herself to the limits was the only way she knew how to be the best.

It wasn’t until she suffered a season-ending injury that she realised that actually, her drive to succeed had taken the joy out of the sport.