Trask Bradbury is the consummate rope man. Whether tied into the sharp end of a single rope on ice or rock, or rigging ropes to make a drop from wind turbines – he is equally at home in the vertical world. Trask has worked and rigged in a variety of industries including petroleum tanks, bridges, wind turbines, skyscrapers, paper mills, and grain silos. He has also designed and managed rigging for climbing movies such as Higher Ground and Luxury Liner, both produced by Alstrin Films.
Born in Arizona, Trask moved to Colorado Springs at twenty, where he has been climbing for twenty years while turning his passion into a job. Trask owned his own rope access company Gemini Rope Access Solutions for 6 years and has since sold it to an engineering firm. Now based out of Denver, Trask is currently a consultant and the rope access Specialist for BC&E, LLC. In addition, he is an EMT, and holds both a SPRAT level 3 and an OSHA 30 certification. Trask puts safety above all else.