Storm Chasers

Meet the Tornado Hunters

El Ninos, The Tornado Hunters Podcast

Tornado Hunters on Netflix

Storm Chasing tours

Keynote Speaking

Education

Greg Johnson is one of North America’s top professional storm-chasers and severe weather experts. He  is also an accomplished photographer, speaker and workshop leader. Having graduated from Canada’s renowned Acadia University, and after founding and building a leading successful communications, marketing and advertising firm from the ground up, Greg decided it was time to devote himself full-time to pursuing his passion for capturing nature’s most beautiful and deadly displays of severe weather.

Greg Johnson "Greggles"

Photographer, Author, Speaker

Ricky Forbes is the driver for Tornado Hunters and he is also an accomplished web designer, snowboard coach, dirt biker, snowmobiler, and overall an adventure-seeking adrenaline junkie.  After high school, he went on to graduate from the University of Saskatchewan completing his Bachelors of Commerce. Following University Ricky tried the suit and tie gig for a couple of years and decided it wasn’t for him. His life is now dedicated to pushing the limits, pursuing adventures and living life to the fullest.

Ricky Forbes "Dick"

DRIVER

Chris graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in Business in 2004. Chris went on to star in Discovery Channel’s hit television show Storm Chasers. Originally from Greenville, Michigan, Chris has literally taken the world by storm. With appearances on Good Morning America, CBS The Early Show, CNN, Piers Morgan, Fox News and CBS News, Chittick is one of the nation’s leading experts on extreme weather phenomenon. Chris has given lectures at schools across the United States and Canada on extreme weather safety. 

Chris Chittick "Cubby"

VIDEOGRAPHER

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Nick Schenher "NicktheBody"

TECHNOLOGY