|DOMINIC KILLINGER – Owner & Publisher
Dominic is something of an entrepreneur, having founded Square Mile in 2000, providing wireless broadband onboard yachts in the UK’s largest and most prestigious marinas, he grew the business from scratch to a sale to BT just 5 years later. he did the same with a marine publishing business, selling to A&C Black Nautical Publishers
|PATRICK THORNE – Editor
Patrick has been a full time, year round, professional ski writer for 25 years. Nicknamed “The Snow Hunter” he has located 6,000 ski areas in 80 countries and for the past decade has published a weekly bulletin of stories from ski resorts all around the planet, notching up more than 5,000 reports. He has written a dozen books on skiing, received several awards, had his work translated in to more than 20 languages and was named “One of 20 People to know in Ski” by The Times.
|BEN CLATWORTHY – Assistant Online Editor
Ben joined the InTheSnow team in 2009, now aged 20, Ben is our News Editor and Assistant Online Editor for SkiNews. Ben is the UK’s youngest professional ski and travel journalist. He has written hundreds of ski articles for a range of publications, websites and magazines over the past five years. Ben’s been skiing since he was three, and spent seven years ski racing internationally with the UK’s oldest ski club, Kandahar. Ben has skied throughout the Alps and in the USA, visiting some of world’s premiere ski resorts along with some of the most obscure. www.benclatworthy.com.
|DEBBIE GABRIEL – Communications and PR
After 17 years in the blue chip corporate world, the call of the mountains became too much for Debbie, so earlier this year, her passion for skiing became her business. Now working directly alongside the Publisher of InTheSnow, Debbie looks after all outbound communications & P R whilst also navigating the world of social media. Debbie joins this well established team with a clear focus in mind; “to help maintain the market leading position that InTheSnow has in the UK, but to take it to a whole new level of readership and distribution, both hard copy and online.”