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Ed Blomfield

Ed Blomfield

Former editor-in-chief Ed Blomfield caught the snowboard bug at a young age – brought up in Yorkshire, he witnessed the Pennine dryslope scene in its 90's heyday and once earned detention at school for dying his hair blonde in an ill-advised tribute to Jamie Lynn. In 2005, after three seasons in Tignes and four years studying English/chasing the snow in Scotland, Ed took the reins at the UK's finest snowboard mag. 13 years later, Ed left his full time role at Whitelines to spend more time behind the lens, shooting in the mountains over the winter and spending the sunnier months working as a wedding photographer in Cornwall.

Recent Articles By Ed

Snowboard History

Best Ever - Switch backside 180

Devun Walsh - The Resistance 2001

Best Ever - Switch backside 180
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Whitelines says Farewell to Chod

Another season comes to an end here at White Lines, but for the first time since the magazine began in 1995 our designer, Tudor Thomas,...

Whitelines says Farewell to Chod
Editorial

Room with a View

Time off the hill is all part of the fun of snowboarding; you get to explore some of the most beautiful parts of the world,...

Room with a View
Editorial

The Haakonsen Factor

Many of the early pros – Jamie Lynn, Jeff Brushie, Noah Salasnek, Shaun Palmer and others - had a role in making snowboarding the...

The Haakonsen Factor
Editorial

Whitelines Finally has its First Female Rider on the Cover

It’s taken a while – 69 issues to be exact - but White Lines finally has a female rider on the cover. Why so long?...

Whitelines Finally has its First Female Rider on the Cover
Editorial

Mads' 150ft Air Sparks Industry Debate

Last month we ran a shot of Mads Jonsson in the gallery. Whether you saw that issue or not, there’s going to be no getting...

Mads' 150ft Air Sparks Industry Debate
Snowboard History

Best Ever - Cab 9: Romain de March

Romain De Marchi - Pop 2004

Best Ever - Cab 9: Romain de March
Editorial

Kings of Our Own Backyard

Eddie the Eagle is a legend. People normally think of him as a laughing stock - that goofy-looking bloke who entered the Olympic ski jump...

Kings of Our Own Backyard
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