I’m 30 years young, originally from Harrogate where I met Chris but now living in London with my fiance. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2002. My love for skateboarding Surfing and snowboarding made me focus on improving and bettering myself and not letting anything hold me back.

In 2017 I qualified as an ISA surf instructor whilst living in New Zealand. At this time I was introduced to a vegan diet and lifestyle, after realising the significant benefits plant based eating and living has for my health, for animals, for the environment and the planet I havent looked back. When you spend alot of time in the water and out in nature you notice the effects we have on the planet which is why together we came up with the idea of chasing a change.



The youngest of the three of us at 27, born and raised in Harrogate, now living in Bristol where I study Environmental Science. I’ve long since held a passion for exercise and the world we live in. I’ve maintained a competitive level of fitness through my youth with sports, coupled with a love for the gym and plant based living since early 2018.

Pushing myself is where I find that life follows suit, whether through physical exertion or travelling off the map to remote locations, I have regularly pressed my physical potential. I’ve taken on challenges around the globe from reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro and Mt Rinjani, to UK triathlons. Taking on the Wainwrights however is an exhilarating and exciting challenge, one I am prepared and ready for.



Hi, I’m Sam Jones, a photographer based in the the South of the UK.

I’m 29 and currently live in Bournemouth, I fell in love with photography when I moved my life to the other side of the world 5 years ago. Jonty and I met in Canada, bonding over our plant based lifestyles and tattoos. I’m a photographer and I’m the owner of NOMEATDISCO a plant based recipe developer, food for the soul.

I feel like the creative side of photography enables me to meet so many incredible people full of love and respect for this beautiful earth we live on. As I spend most of my time living in nature, I like to give back as much as I can by living a sustainable and eco friendly lifestyle.


A marathon is 26.2 miles long, these lads are running 28 miles a day for 7 days up and over 52000ft of elevation whilst collecting rubbish on the way… do your part.