Jules Older, Ph.D.
JULES OLDER is a writer, videographer, broadcaster, speaker, consultant, and editor.
For 12 years he was editor-in-chief of Ski Press Canada and Ski Press USA. Jules' commentaries have been broadcast on Vermont Public Radio, KALW and KQED. He is Radio New Zealand's "IT Guy in San Francisco." He's been product columnist for Vermont Business Magazine and, until its demise, humor columnist for TWA.
His academic articles have appeared in leading medical and social-science journals in five countries; his topical and travel articles in U.S., British, Canadian, and New Zealand newspapers and magazines.
These include the London, New York, Los Angeles and Washington Times, the Guardian (London), GEO (Germany), Hemispheres, USAir Magazine and Norwest Airlines Magazine. He's written for SKIING, Powder, Ski Area Management and Cross Country Skier. In New Zealand, he's written for the Listener, Air New Zealand, Destinations, North & Souoth, and Beattie's Book Blog.
Jules writes for the YourLifeIsaTrip.com website and has written regionally as well for Boston, San Francisco, Vermont, Yankee, AAA and other magazines.
Jules has been a college counselor, psychology professor, medical educator, disc jockey, ski instructor, and for one brief month of intense pleasure, a villain on television.
For adults, Jules wrote Touching Is Healing, Ski Vermont!, Cross-Country Skiing for Everyone, Backroad & Offroad Biking and the Pakeha Papers, as well as two books, SKIING THE EDGE and DEATH BY TARTAR SAUCE.
Jules has written two dozen children's books. His books, articles, videos and psychological work have won awards here and abroad, including Canada's Northern Lights Award and the Harold Harold Hirsch Award For Excellence in Snowsports Writing.
video, Tales from the Mountain, for which he and Effin Older wrote
the screenplay, co-won the Grand Prize at the International Ski Film
Festival in Crested Butte, Colorado and won the Vermont Travel and
Tourism Recognition of Excellence for Film and Video.