Climbing and mountaineering magazine articles.
Live Online Interviews for UKC:
Another legend, that brawny blue-eyed boy from Bradford, gritstone gorilla and owner of Manchester climbing wall, John Dunne, interviewed in Jude's living room in 2001:
John Redhead, a climber still talked about in tones of hushed reverence, a great artist, a great man, the man with the giant Papier-mâché penis, the man who climbed out of his own head into the realms of the surreal both on and off the rock, interviewed live at his home in Llanberis in 2002:
Jude's light-hearted article for the final issue of the renowned mountaineering and climbing magazine, High, entitled “Tits Vs Homo-Eroticism, which is more acceptable on the crag?”, polarised opinion and resulted in 30
simultaneous threads and over 100,000 words being written about Jude and her
work on the UKC forums. You can read this, and other articles, below...
"Hello." On the Edge: Issue 104 - February 2001
Jude's adventures on a climbing forum, "Bunfight at the OK Corral" On
the Edge: Issue 108 -June 2001
Interview with award-winning climbing filmmaker Richy Heap. On
the Edge: Issue 109 -July 2001
Profile of the legendary climbing genius Johnny Dawes, "A Dictator in his Underpants." On the Edge: Issue 112 - November 2001
Preview for Jude's next article. High Magazine: Issue 266 -December 2004
"Tits vs Homo-Eroticism, which is more acceptable at the crag?" High
Magazine: Issue 267- January 2005
Jude's best-selling erotic novel Mother-in-Law, Son-in-Law was taken up by a major publisher and is also available at Waterstones.
Jude starred in the cult short film Johnny YesNo, recently released on DVD with soundtrack music by Cabaret Voltaire, who were among the godfathers of techno. Her IMDB entry is here.
In late 2004 Jude produced and directed a documentary about the missing climber Blake Hartley, at
the request of his mother, in order to raise publicity for his search.
documentary was shot on location in Chamonix. Remains found in the Arve
in March 2007 have now been officially confirmed as being Blake's. The Chamonix Gendarmes could have done no
more; they were dedicated to the search above and beyond the call of
duty. Stills from the shoot can be viewed here.