I'm always really psyched to work with new people and publications and when the oportunity came along just before xmas to work with Deadpoint Magazine I jumped at the chance.
Deadpoint first came onto my radar late last year when a friend asked me "Have you seen Deadpoint Mag" I had to admit I hadn't seen it, if I'm totally honest, at the time I hadn't even heard of it.
"Its a really cool web based magazine and its the best climbing thing out there" High praise indeed from an industry insider, so i set about logging on and finding out what all the fuss was about.
www.deadpointmag.com is indeed a pretty "in yer face" publication, in fact its strap-line is "Climbing media for the young and unruly" Its a page turning magazine (literally - you click on the pages on your computer screen and they turn) but equally if sitting at the computer reading "ain't your bag" then you can also pick up a more traditional printed copy (its free) at a climbing gym near you - well, you can if you happen to live in the good ol USA.
The piece i wrote for them is about a great bouldering area in Spain called Albarracin. It's a pretty cool place to climb and hang out. Look it up on Google, or check out my article here edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/Launch.aspx - pages 60 - 65 you won't be disapointed.