In 1943, a team of Norwegian resistance fighters took on the might of the occupying German forces and completed one of the most successful sabotage operations of the Second World War.
Recreating the 250 mile escape route into Sweden, unsupported, taken by these heroes, Rob explores the concept of bravery then and now whilst coming face to face with injury and the vital choice that can define any moment...give up or carry on any way possible. SABOTEUR RUN is available to watch on Amazon Prime
NO EVEREST, NO PROBLEM
Becoming the first person to climb UP and DOWN the full elevation of Everest (8848m) from sea level to summit in less than 24hrs...on a set of stairs...barefoot
Following the postponing of our trip to Everest with the amazing Jamling Norgay (son of Tenzing Norgay) and natural drinks company Tenzing, the team decided to use the global lockdown to launch the above challenge to raise money to help with the mental health and physical health needs of healthcare workers via the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund
Press and TV coverage links for a Worlds First!:
SKY NEWS: https://www.facebook.com/skynews/videos/243596910025562/
WASHINGTON POST: https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2020/04/22/london-man-climbed-everest-barefoot-stairs-his-apartment-building/
TIME MAGAZINE: https://time.com/5825411/mount-everest-climb-coronavirus/
THE NORTH AMERICAN POLE OF INACCESSIBILITY
A 2500km journey by Fatbike across 6 States of the USA. From the US / Mexico Border to South Dakota and the North American Continental Pole of Inaccessibility. On this adventure, Rob looks at the use of the outdoors to build connections, empower individuals and combat mental and physical health problems in indigenous and non indigenous communities.
ICELAND, SECOND SEEN
Rob recreates the 500 mile journey taken by the famous environmentalist and political activist, William Morris across Iceland in the 1800's. Once again, on the expedition Fatbike, Rob looks at the changes in Icelands environment and society, addressing the local effects of climate change and tourism on todays Land of Ice and Fire
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Looking at the parallels between the growing adventure / outdoor industry and the realities of the global epidemic of homelessness, Rob Ferguson FRGS and Stefan Hughes created this short film to accompany a series of talks across the United Kingdom aimed at education and discussion on the problem of homelessness ands the homeless experience and launched an outdoor clothes collection initiative 'kitforkindness' across social media platforms with distribution through Tuesday Night Bites
A MILE IN MY SHOES
In this short but powerful narrative, Rob experiences walking a mile in shoes belonging to a refugee whilst listening to hispersonal account of life in a conflict zone. This formed part of a refugee awareness initiative that ran in London where various stories were told in an immersive and experiential way to highlight this facet of the 'human story' today.