My very first adventure was on a Tall Ship called The Sir Winston Churchill when I had just turned 18.
I have loved adventures ever since. Although I still get seasick 30 years on!
I would describe myself as an everyday adventurer. I try and squeeze adventure into my every day from walks, swims and runs to film, podcasts and books. I am always on the look out for communities to connect with and adventures to be found.
I have just hit 50 and my adventure journey has changed so many times over the years, from a 20-year-old canoeing and sailing instructor, to a Mum with young children teaching them to embrace the outdoors through camping, building dens and cooking on open fires, to a mum of young teens when we surfed, coast steered, climbed Ben Nevis and swam in the North Sea!
My boys are in their late teens now and are slowly flying the nest, it is here I find myself now, ready to embrace the next stage of my adventure journey.
Embracing my new found freedom and loving being outside, I am ready to do some exploring!
My adventure journey has included Moonwalks, marathon walks along Hadrians Wall and the South Coast, firewalks, abseiling down castles, coast steering, a cross country ski marathon in the Arctic Circle, a wing walk and training in an Environmental Cold Chamber at the University of Sussex at minus 20!
I have just come back from running a 1/2 marathon in Greenland - the biggest and most extreme event I have ever taken part in. This Arctic adventure has definitely left me with a fire in soul for more adventures.
This year I am off trekking in Peru, visiting the Amazon Rainforest, hiking around the Isle of Wight and organising a mega sea swim for over 500 "mermaids" to celebrate International Women's Day.
When I am not on an adventure I am working with my beautiful VW Camper Van called Daisy on photo shoots - if you want you or your business to stand out from the crowd then its time to book a branding shoot with Daisy.
Photo Shoot Dates: Private shoots also available on request
Check out The Big Mermaid Dip for International Women's Day in Brighton - March 11th - Watch out for March 2024 Dates
Nicky Chisholm aka #PinkNicky
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Embracing the winter chill is all about mastering the art of staying warm and cozy. As the cold season sets in, it's time to gear up and embrace the great outdoors with a collection of kit that'll keep you snug as a bug in a rug. Remember what the wise woman once said: "There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad equipment."
2 January, 2024
Sit back and prepare to meet some amazing women from across the world. Meet the adventurers and sportswomen and hear their stories. The films will make you
think, make you cry, make your heart sing and hopefully make you want to go on your own adventures.
15 September, 2023
Bex Band runs Love Her Wild (LHW), one of the biggest outdoor adventure communities in the world. Her dream was to enable and encourage women to get involved in the outdoor adventure world and then support and unite them on their journey. Gather is the blueprint she wishes she had when she started to build the LHW community.
7 August, 2023
It’s the summer holidays (obviously with sun, wind and rain sprinkled in) maybe you are off on your holidays, or just chilling at home, pick up one of these books and we promise you can immerse yourself in an adventure wherever you are.
26 July, 2023
Living out of a rucksack can drive you mad – it’s the constant rummaging and looking for stuff that will drive you nuts. It's not just what you pack but how you pack, having the right items in your rucksack can make all the difference to keeping your warm, fed, healthy and happy. Here is your checklist of 10 essential items that should find a place in every adventurer's backpack.
5 July, 2023
Before every big event, the butterflies in my tummy go on the rampage and I just feel like running away and not stepping over the start line. The fear begins to take over, the nerves kick in and I start to internally tremble and want to have a meltdown on the spot!
29 June, 2023
Last weekend we put a call out on social media to gather together the South Coast’s Sea Swimmers, our aim was to unite them in one place, at one time for one big photo in honour of International Women’ Day.
17 March, 2023
Valentine’s Day Instructions: Find the ingredients, give them a good mix and sprinkle in your own magic. Contemplate for 24 hours, then wait for the unique feeling of “huggyness” to take hold. Recipe should be taken with a large pinch of salt and a dose of sense of humour.
8 February, 2023