Double World Record holder, leader of over 60 expeditions globally and perhaps best known for his Polar expeditions, Jason has led all walks of people, from individual clients to Special Forces, from multinational corporates to scientists; there is no group with which he has yet to have the pleasure of working.
His diverse skills and experiences enable success in any expedition that he undertakes. Jason has been a commercial helicopter pilot, a cave diver, is the holder of many “firsts” and is an experienced Polar guide who has skied to the both the North and South Poles multiple times.
With his vast experience of working on making the impossible “possible”, Jason tends to lead groundbreaking expeditions that encompass both the pursuit of a remarkable goal, but also the inspiration of young people and sustainable futures.
Featured in both Discovery and National Geographic documentaries, Jason has made breaking records the subject that millions have followed.
With several major endeavours always in development, innovation and problem-solving are key strengths that have set Jason apart from other expedition leaders. If it is extreme, on the limits of possibility, then there is always a way to make it happen.
Meticulous planning has led to success in all expeditions that Jason has led. There is no blueprint to follow, but faith and bravery in your decision-making, no matter what it takes. Tasks may include personal testing, vehicle testing, team testing and tough selection, not to mention extremely detailed logistical planning to ensure an expedition hits its targets or be a global first.
Jason is a Member of The Explorers Club of New York, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a registered Polar guide and recognised for outstanding leadership by the Sir Winston Churchill trust.
If you have an idea that you would like to achieve and think Jason and his team can help you achieve it, then please get in contact.