Skitracks.com.au came about after years of planning in Editor and Chief Photographer Steve Cuff’s mind.
Having spent every Australian winter in the snow since 1992, Steve is a passionate skier and one of Australia’s leading snow photographers. He has travelled extensively all over the skiing world and has made some sweet powder turns in some of the best mountain ranges in the world.
An official photographer for Skiing and Snowboard Australia has seen Steve attend the past three Winter Olympic games in Salt Lake 2002, Torino 2006 and Vancouver 2010 where he has captured every Australian Winter Olympic gold medal.
He has contributed to every ski publication in Australia with photographic images and submits travel and industry related stories in all of these publications. Steve has had countless cover shots in many ski publications. He was picture editor for Australian and New Zealand magazine for five years, has written stories for The Australian Financial Review and is a regular columnist in the Snowy Times.
For the 2011 winter season Steve writes a daily weather column for the Daily Telegraph in Sydney. You can find this report six days a week on the weather page.
A regular correspondent for all media in the Snowy Mountains, Steve is often summonsed to shoot ski photos for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph and many other publications.
Steve also writes reviews for magazines on equipment and was previously a snow reporter for ABC666 in Canberra.
Now his passion will be directed into skitracks.com.au where he will keep a finger on the skiing pulse in Australia and keep readers and subscribers up to date with everything related to skiing both locally and internationally.
The website will be a work in progress for the remainder of the 2011 snow season where editorial and photographic content will be continually added to the site.
Here at skitracks.com.au we value your input so please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your thoughts. If we are not out making turns our self we will try and respond to most of the queries.