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Meet our team...
We're a close knit bunch in a small company so we can offer a very personal service. Combined, we've had more ski days than you can shake a stick at and we all love to get on the slopes to become big kids again. You never know, you may even catch us out there!
During my time at flexiski, I have had some wonderful experiences and met some exceptional people (both staff and customers).
In terms of the some of the more memorable times, these range from walking through the arrivals in full ski kit plus skis after getting dropped off by a helicopter transfer, straight from the piste, to enjoying a week of Michelin star dinning across the 3 Vallees. I have loved every minute of it and am so lucky to say that for some weeks of the winter, I have the best office in the world.
I used to be able to ski a bit but as abilities and bodies slow down, one thing that doesn’t change is the pure, unfiltered excitement and joy that comes from getting onto the first lift, feeling the ski’s flex on that first turn. It really does transport you back to an almost childlike sense of fun and enjoyment. I felt this from day one in Val d'Isere and am totally sure this will continue all the way through to my last day on the mountain. It is purely the best adventure you can have with friends and family and seeing people experience this for the first time really can't be equalled.
- Years skiing: 15
- Favourite resort: Bit of a cheat but 3 Vallées, it's just impressive
- Lunch favourite: Sainsbury's Christmas Triple Sarnie
I've skied from a young age, originally learning in Chamonix before really finding my ski legs in Meribel - it's a great place to begin.
A cardigan lover and purveyor of bargains, I would find my way to a good deal even if it meant braving King Minos' labyrinth.
As an avid piste skier you can't beat cranking up a decent daily mileage so I love a large ski area. Somewhere like the 3 Vallées is perfect for travelling for miles without having to repeat a slope.
- Years skiing: 12
- Favourite resort: Whistler
- Favourite brand: H&M
Former ski instructor turned sales specialist, yet still, my navigation through gladed tree runs often leaves me in a pickle.
Really confident skier, always look for the more creative route down… (normally viewed as the most ridiculous route by those who follow my lead). When the snow isn’t so great, I just enjoy darting around on the piste. Failing all of that, if it’s a cloudy low light day, you can find me in Whistler Longhorn's eating my own weight in nachos. Absolutely no sharing.
- Years skiing: 12
- Favourite resort: Whistler
- Favourite après: Espresso Martini
Youngest member of the team (which they don't let me forget). I'm not too shabby on the skis.
I first learnt to ski in Andorra at age 4 and have loved it ever since. I remember once getting my skis crossed so I sat down on them and began hurtling down the mountain, taking out a couple of people in the process. You may as well call me an assassin. I may be the youngest member of the team but i've been on skis longer than a lot of them!
- Years skiing: 15
- Favourite resort: Sun Peaks
- Favourite après: G&T
Growing up with mountains on your doorstep leans itself towards feeling rather comfortable strapped to a pair of skis. Overconfidence often backfires.
I was born in Switzerland and being so close to the mountains meant that I learnt to ski as soon as I started walking. This, however, hasn't prevented any breaking of bones. And it may be a surprise to some that whilst growing up in Greece I spent winter weekends skiing (yes, on snow). It's not all sunshine, beaches and smashing plates.
- Years skiing: 20
- Favourite resort: Zermatt
- Favourite après: Hugo
Having worked in the industry for years it's amazing really that I've never managed to get out on the slopes, hopefully this year.
Whilst strapping skis to my feet may not be my strongest skill, knowledge of short breaks certainly is. Even my dreams come in an organised fashion as if ploughing through a check list. Number crunching and detail checking is my bread and butter.
- Years skiing: 0
- Favourite resort: Having never skied it's hard to say a favourite
- Favourite après: Malibu
I've loved skiing all my life and have worked in the ski industry for years. Now, I like to live vicariously through my seasonnaire daughter!
Love the country life in England, but nothing beats a bluebird day in resort.
I learnt to ski about 10 years ago and was immediately hooked!
- Years skiing: 10
- Favourite resort: Val d'Isere
- Favourite apres: Toffee vodka
I first hit the slopes 3 years ago and "the fear" is still very real. Does it ever go away? My expertise still lies firmly in après
By some stroke of luck, I was sent to the Canadian Rockies within 3 months of joining flexiski. I spent most of the time completely baffled by how everyone managed to make it look so easy, when I could barely stand up on the flats - that said, learning to ski in the beautiful Sunshine Village at the age of 27 was certainly an experience I'll never forget.
I've been numerous times since and whilst I'm certainly no pro, I have finally started to enjoy it...!
My advice? It's never too late to learn so just book it and get out there!
- Years skiing: 2
- Favourite resort: Rusutsu, Disneyland in the snow
- Favourite après: Prosecco, always prosecco
I seem to be the token Australian in the London office - referring to trousers as pants gave me away. I also keep my eye on social media like a hawk!
A travel addict and general digital person. I also just learnt how to make GIFs and my life has been changed for the better.
I skied non-stop for 4 years when living in Switzerland as a kid, but didn't ski for about 12 years afterwards so i'm still finding my feet again!
Recently hit the slopes again and twisted my knee, but I won't let it stop me.
- Years skiing: 4
- Favourite resort: Verbier
- Favourite après: Mulled wine
A secret board game fanatic - who doesn't revel in a heated argument over a game of trivial pursuit on a Sunday afternoon? We can't ski every day.
They sent me to Japan in my second winter here as I've been in awe of the place for years. Of all the things we did perhaps the most unusual was making tempura prawns out of wax - what else would you do with a day in Tokyo?
A lover of deep snow, Japan was definitely the place for me, you can't beat the feeling of snow below, above and either side of you whilst descending a steep pitch through the trees - have always loved darting through the trees in Europe and Japan took it to a whole new level. The food was pretty amazing too.
- Years boarding: 15
- Favourite resort: For the unfair amount of snow it has to be Niseko
- Favourite après: Pale ale
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