For weeks I was watching the storms traveling over the Atlantic hitting the coast of Europe. I really wanted to do something with it and was only looking for the right moment and the right people. Just before the peak of the storm I was able to convince Nick Jacobsen to come over and find the storm in the UK. He traveled all the way from the United States to Denkmark, to pick up his gear and went straight to Manchester where James Boulding was waiting for us to drive to Wales, exactly the place were the eye of the storm would hit.

It's a great story about the effort you put into it as a team to score the best action ever. Sometimes you question yourself: "Is it really worth it for just a 30 minute session?" In order to score on such short notice lot of things need to fall into place.