Tim Neville writes frequently for Outside, Ski, and The New York Times.

His work has been included in The Best American Travel Writing, The Best American Sports Writing and Best Food Writing series as well as in other volumes. In 2015 he was named a Travel Writer of the Year (second place) by the Society of American Travel Writers. He’s been a guest on NPR, The Takeaway, The Splendid Table, Travel with Rick Steves, RT International, On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, the Azumano Travel Show and others.

He can ask for the location of the bathroom and the what kind of meat he’s eating in four languages. He’s a PADI certified Open Water Adventure Diver, an avid skier (all forms), runner, cyclist, fly fisher and climber. With an insatiable curiosity, Tim turns just about any subject matter into clear, compelling copy for a wide range of audiences.

Tim has traveled to more than 70 countries for countless interviews with tortured folk heroes, wily schemers, and North Korean skiers. He lives in Oregon with his wife and daughter, where he skis Mount Bachelor as much as he can.