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About us: The Women’s Mountain Collective is a content creation portal which promotes the presence of females in the outdoor media.

 

FILM. PHOTOGRAPHY. ARTICLES. TALKS…….EXPOSURE.

 

We offer a variety of services: get in touch to discuss your specific requirements. 

 

With 25-30% of participants in mountain sports female it’s time we saw more of them, not hidden in the back ground but visible for all to see.

According to Sport England 44.5% of weekly participants in sport are women.

www.sportengland.org

In 2014 approximately 28% of British Mountaineering Council members were female.

www.thebmc.co.uk

 

‘7% of sports media coverage is devoted to women’s sport’

www.wsff.org.uk

FILMS

 We specialise in making story-led, action based short films set around mountain sports.

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TALKS

Want to hear more from women who are out there in the mountains having incredible adventures, pushing the boundaries and achieving big things in a world previously seen as a man’s playground?

The Women’s Mountain Collective offer a variety of speakers to inspire, motivate and empower listeners.

+Public speakers suitable for club nights and events.

+ After dinner speakers to entertain, amuse and get your guests thinking!

+Educational workshops for schools to educate,empower  and encourage young women to achieve their full potential.

CONTACT US
Photo: Jack Geldard

FOUNDER Heather Swift has a long standing passion for women’s equality which led her to create the Women’s Mountain Collective. Firmly believing that female participation in mountain sports is valuable both to individuals and society as a whole, she increasingly became disillusioned with the lack of exposure for women in the outdoor media. Fast forward to now and welcome to the journey that is the Women’s Mountain Collective!

Heather enjoys a life of diversity and contrast. Brought up on a Derbyshire hill-farm and educated at a vibrant all-girls school, she spent some years in the London fashion world before settling in Chamonix, France.

There she keeps busy leading ladies choir the Chambelles, gigging with her trumpet, spending serious time on the mountains and running the Women’s Mountain Collective. You are equally likely to find her working at any of the above!

www.heather-swift.com