Publisher and MD
Publisher and MD
Dominic started InTheSnow 10 years ago, disrupting the ski publishing marketplace that was drowning in traditional old newsstand magazines that hadn’t changed in years.
Launching the first monthly Freemium Ski Magazine in the UK through the largest UK retail chains enabled InTheSnow to quickly reach a large readership and engage with the biggest brands in the industry.
Now literally upwards of 2.5 million skiers per month through multiple digital and social channels, as well as maintaining the hard copy magazine, InTheSnow is the most widespread ski content in Europe today.
Patrick has been a full time, year round, professional ski writer for 30 years.
Nicknamed “The Snow Hunter” he has identified 100 countries where it is possible to ski and located more than 6,000 ski areas in 80 countries, visiting more than 260 ski resorts personally.
For the past 15 years Patrick has published a weekly bulletin of stories from ski resorts all around the planet, notching up more than 8,000 reports. He has received several awards for his work and was named “One of 20 People to know in Ski” by The Times.
Martina has been working for over 30 years in the ski industry, having started in Argentina at the back of a ski shop, selling ski trips, all the way to having worked for companies such as Aspen Skiing Company, Vail Resorts, Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Ski Portillo and Valle de Las Leñas, always in international sales. After living in Colorado for 6 and a half years, she came back to Argentina to open a ski tour operator and then moved for love to the UK. She has been in touch with the ski industry since then, and cannot think of working outside this business.
After 17 years in the blue chip corporate world, the call of the mountains became too much for Debbie, so in 2011, her passion for skiing became her business.
Now working directly alongside the Publisher and Managing Director of InTheSnow, Debbie looks after the operational side of the business.
Debbie has a clear focus in mind; “To maintain the market leading position that InTheSnow has in the UK, and continue to lead the winter sports publishing world from the front.”
There is only one Ski Bartlett and therefore only one Sally Bartlett!
Ski Bartlett was established in 1965, with 50 years of ski experience, they are one of the UK’s most popular independent specialist ski shops. During this period they’ve built up a great reputation for their technical custom boot fitting service and stock one of the largest ranges of skis, boots, clothing and equipment available in the UK and cater for EVERY ability level, age and style of skier.
When it comes to ski gear knowledge, you could write what Sally doesn’t know, on a pin head!
Brand and Digital Manager
Emmanuelle graduated in Communication & Marketing from Grenoble Business School (as well as studying in Lyon, Katowice and Caen!).
Moving straight into the world of publishing after graduation, after a few years she left the confines of the office for wide-open spaces to experience a true adventure in the French Alps.
Captured by this lifestyle so unique, and so fond of sports (boardsport, running, yoga, dancing), now one thing is for certain: she won’t ever be far away from the mountains!
Ski Tuition Editor
Jon is one of a handful of instructors working in the alps holding the top qualifications from France, Switzerland and Britain.
Over the last few years Jon has been contributing articles and answering questions from clients of InTheSnow who are keen to improve and understand more about ski technique.
Jon is based in Verbier in Switzerland and is Ski School Director - you can always email Jon directly with any specific Verbier or ski related questions at [email protected]
From the moment Gabriella first stood on skis aged two and a half (sporting a canary yellow onesie) she was hooked.
Having spent much of her youth living in Austria and Switzerland, striving to perfect the art of the hip-swinging 1980s ‘Euro-style’ skiing, she discovered parabolic skis in 2000 and relearned how to ski over the course of two winter seasons in Aspen, Colorado.
Undeterred by the fractured neck, broken cheek, three concussions, broken thumb and repeated knee injuries sustained over her ski years, Gabriella is as enthusiastic as ever about hitting the slopes and has skied in over 110 resorts across the world and contributes articles about skiing to newspapers and magazines including The Telegraph, The Financial Times and Condé Nast Traveller.
Max heads up our back office and front end development strategy for both InTheSnow and Powder Sky our development arm. He isn’t a skier but is keen to give it a go! However having just seen his first child into the world, I’m guessing it’s going to be a while before they hit the slopes for the first time.
Max is a self taught web developer and started at a very young age teaching himself basic code and now has a range of skills including some on page design.
Social Media & Digital Content
Megan has inherited a love of the mountains from her parents, who met as ski guides back in the 80s.
After completing a Masters degree in International Journalism at the University of Sussex, Megan pursued her dream of working a ski season as a resort rep in St. Anton, which she absolutely loved. As part of the team here, she is delighted to be combining her love of skiing with her journalism and social media skills.