We were two ski bums, well, we weren’t exactly bums. We had good jobs, but dreamed of a business focused on service. We began by booking accommodation, transportation and activities. This led to managing a select group of homes allowing us to control quality and cleanliness. Now we have our own fleet of private ground charters and offercatering. We are grateful to have a fabulous team to make it all happen.
Chris grew up in Shuswap Lake BC running a wakeboard school on the lake. A graduate of the Bachelor of Tourism Management program from Thompson Rivers University, he moved to Whistler in 2007. He climbed the ladder with Pan Pacific Hotels. Chris has a love for the outdoors, snowmobiling, snowboarding, wakeboarding, mountain biking, photography, and traveling. » contact Chris
Jernee is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from the Lyceum of the Philippines – Manila. She left her career as a Sales Admin Manager for a Semiconductor company to emigrate to Canada in 2007. Having lived in a country where there’s only either rain or sun, Whistler has given her space to learn, grow and experience snow – and she’s loving it! » contact Jernee
We’re not exactly sure what Karen does. She’s one of the bosses’ wives. When we want someone to wine, dine and ski with clients, she’s pretty hard working. Since she can spell and stuff, we put her to work writing when needed. And if you want to know about the local spas, Karen’s our expert. » contact Karen
Martin began his career shredding Whistler pow as a four year old. Fast forward his experience includes management roles with Marriott and Fairmont. Martin and Nathan founded Whistler Wired in the summer of 1999. It has been a great ride: meeting new people, new friends and new challenges. Looking forward to the next 15 years being just as exciting. » contact Martin
Born in Saskatchewan, raised in Alberta, Nathan kept heading west till he hit the Pacific. When he is not dropping the gloves on the ice he enjoys teaching his kids the finer points of weed wacking, skiing and mixed martial arts. Nathan dreams of getting his first salmon and buck. » contact Nathan
Mark grew up out east in Toronto coming to Whistler in 1998 for “just one season”. Well, you can guess what happened. An integral part of WW since 1999, he also worked as a popular ski and snowboard instructor for 10 years. Mark chases the snow year round and operates www.southamericaski.com in Argentina and Chile, being fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. » contact Mark
Adam the Acadian from New-Brunswick has a strong hospitality and sales background. The scenery, lakes, hiking trails, skiing, festivals, and concerts have kept him in Whistler since 2011. If you don’t see him shredding the mountain on skis or a downhill bike he will be taking it easy at one of the local pubs in Whistler Village. » contact Adam
Brian arrived in Whistler from the province of Nova Scotia in 1996 with his snowboard and bass guitar in tow. You might find him listening to live music at the GLC—or playing it. He’s played every venue in town. Brian also loves movies. If his life were a movie, it would be called, “…so that Happened.”
A sought after bassist, Art can be found in the clubs many evenings and weekends. He has a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, a strong background in computer graphics, photography and music, and the biggest smile in Whistler. Art is our maintenance manager and resident photographer.
Ian plays hard and works hard. In fact, sometimes we have to hold him back! He plays basketball, table tennis (2013 Whistler Wired Champion) and is ready to tackle every winter sport there is this season. Except the skeleton. With a baby on the way, he’s not allowed. Ian came to us in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Philippines.
Simplicio Malacas is a hard-working family man and handyman. In 2013, he waved goodbye to the typhoons of his coastal town Burgos in the Philippines and joined our housekeeping/maintenance crew. His wife, daughters and grandson joined him a year later and he is one happy guy. Simplicio’s nursing degree will come in handy when his grandson is old enough to be tempted by the high-risk activities in Whistler.