Francesco Tremolada lives in Corvara, Val Badia where he is a full-time Mountain Guide as well as being a freelance photographer. He has published various volumes dedicated to skiing, “Freeriding in the Dolomites” stands out, a point of reference for those who love skiing down couloirs among tall rock faces, and is also author of many articles in specialised magazines and websites.
Landscape and travel photohgraphy are his fovourite, but he’s shooting everyday mountain activities like climbing and skiing. As photographer he has published images on the most important mountain magazines, in many different large format books, tourist and companies brochures, postcards…
Francesco works with Simephoto, a photo agency specialised in crative travel photography
He is a complete alpinist and has selected skiing as his favourite discipline achieving many repetitions and first ever descents in the Dolomites and more generally in the Alps. His job as a Guide, interpreted in a modern and proactive way, has led him to travel and discover the most original and diverse areas on this planet, from the Dolomites to the volcanoes of Chile, from Scandinavia to New Zealand.
Francesco Tremolada is a UIAGM/IFMGA mountain and ski guide. He works with the Alta Badia guides school, based in Corvara – Dolomites.
The Dolomites are his main “playground” but he often works in the Alps and other mountains worldwide.