Tim Gibson, Cryonics Ambulance Driver

  • Tim Gibson, Cryonics Ambulance Driver

    "As a kid I had a terror of dying. That’s pretty common and most people grow out of it. The mentality that binds cryonicists, though, is that we won’t accept the status quo. I signed up for cryonics in 1992, when I was 20. When I’m pronounced legally “dead”, my body will be cryonically preserved in the hope that science will eventually work out how to engineer a new me."

    Photographed for the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. Article by Hattie Garlick

  • Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson, a Cryonics UK Volunteer, pictured with the company's Cryonic Ambulance outside his home in Greenhill, Sheffield, UK on 11/06/2014 - Photo By James Dodd, Statement Images
  • Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson, a Cryonics UK Volunteer, pictured with the company's Cryonic Ambulance outside his home in Greenhill, Sheffield, UK on 11/06/2014 - Photo By James Dodd, Statement Images
  • Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson, a Cryonics UK Volunteer, pictured with the company's Cryonic Ambulance outside his home in Greenhill, Sheffield, UK on 11/06/2014 - Photo By James Dodd, Statement Images
  • Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson, a Cryonics UK Volunteer, pictured with the company's Cryonic Ambulance outside his home in Greenhill, Sheffield, UK on 11/06/2014 - Photo By James Dodd, Statement Images
  • Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson a Cryonics UK Volunteer
    Tim Gibson, a Cryonics UK Volunteer, pictured with the company's Cryonic Ambulance outside his home in Greenhill, Sheffield, UK on 11/06/2014 - Photo By James Dodd, Statement Images