Skiing is a passion and a way of life.
If it's got snow on it, it's skiable - not necessarily sensible, but skiable.
I'd rather be on the mountain thinking about science than in the lab thinking about skiing
In professional life, I'm a scientist, academic and
entrepreneur. But my passion is skiing, and each winter
season brings its own special adventures. To see what I'm up
to, keep track, or to engage with others, follow me on
The Giraffe at Andermatt from the bottom
In St Anton chutes.
Hiking (briefly) to 'king Marley's Chute on a
bluebird day to steal powder.
Schindlergrat chute 5 from the bottom. A leg burning run to be raced down.
Val D'Arpette, looking towards Verbier
The Val D'Arpette from the Col Des Ecandies having climbed the former before descending the latter.
The Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix
After walking down to ridge, putting skis on to go across the Glacier to Courmeyeur
From Cervinia on the Italian Side
Schindlergrat, St Anton
East face, the other side from the chutes
At the bottom of the Couloir above Plan du Lac