About The Queensberry Line
The man with the plan, the founder of The Queensberry Line. Tybalt is barely in his twenties and already making a splash. Always in pursuit of the next biggest thrill, Tybalt has tried his hand at everything from skiing, to rock climbing to dirt biking and all that’s in between. At 15, he became the youngest Brit to sail the Northwest Passage, and he approaches every supposedly insurmountable obstacle with the same grit and vigour.
Tybalt also has a flair for the creative, and has worked extensively as a filmmaker and photographer, specialising in formidable conditions. His work on the film The Last Climb about the legendary solo climber Eric Jones, has been widely acclaimed, and he’s been lucky enough to team up with loads of top brands like Redbull, Everest Clothing, SkyTV, SEAT and the BBC. The QBL is Tybz’ baby, and he’s put his heart and soul into the project.
This brand is a crossover of all his passions, and he can’t wait to take it straight to the top.
The flip side of the coin, the yin to Tybalt’s yang, sister Hero brings some poise and grace to The Queensberry Line. A recent graduate of The University of Oxford, Hero is an accomplished composer, harpist, singer, and writer.
Like her brother, Hero is a jack of all trades; she’s been published in national newspapers, performed as the principal harpist with the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, and acted on the West End stage. But don’t get us wrong, she’s every bit as tied to the rugged outdoors, and is herself a rock climber and fell runner.
She is a force to be reckoned with, and she’s now turned her attention to being the face of the QBL. There’s not a person on earth more capable, and we’re delighted to have her on the team. While still in her early twenties, Hero has already lived many lives, and she’s bringing them all to the table!