My Dad first took me climbing around 23 years ago and since then it has become a huge part of my life. I grew up in the Peak District and over the years I have been super privileged to be able to get out there and just climb as much as I want, whenever I want. A huge big up goes out to my Dad for this and everyone who has helped me with my climbing along the way.

I love to push my limits in all disciplines of the sport whether this is scaring yourself to death on the famous gritstone or hanging out on some sun drenched European limestone! I have been able to tick routes up to 8c both in the UK and abroad, and also managed E9 and V14 in the last few years. My current aim is to continue having fun, climbing at as many new places as possible and to try and break through into the next level.

I cannot really imagine my life without being able to climb and I'm so incredibly grateful that I get to travel to some of the most amazing places around, places that a lot of people will never go or even hear of in their entire lives.

Below is a short list of some of my hardest sends:


Kabaah - 8c+
Mecca Extension - 8c
Hajj - 8c
Devolution - 8c
Thanatopsis - 8c


Return of the Jedi - XS 7a (4th ascent)
Meshuga - E9 6c
The Zone - E9 6c
My Kai - E8 6c
Gaia - E8 6c
The End of the Affair - E8 6c
Simbas Pride - E8 6b


Belly of the Beast - V14
Dandelion Mind - V14
Keen Roof - V13
Dark Reservation - V12
Mutton Busting - V12
River of Life - V11

A massive shout out to my sponsors as well for all their help and support that they give me. These guys are the real deal and I am really proud to be able to work alongside them.

Peace x

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