Portrait of a Serial Jumper
Norwegian André Bach is considered one of the pioneers of the international B.A.S.E. jumping scene, but he started out as most of them do - as a reckless young man who had only one focus: B.A.S.E. jumping. Meanwhile his passion now is more than just a crazy hobby – it has become a mission and profession. André Bach shows that recklessness and responsible behavior do not necessarily exclude one another. In “Portrait of a Serial Jumper” Bach describes how his recklessness has changed without losing his passion. He moved from Oslo to the country and his new role as a husband and father has strongly affected the once so easygoing extreme athlete. Now precaution is his constant companion during his projects. This powerful portrait shows the fascinating facettes of a contradictory yet inspiring character.