Jamie Hull Keynote Speaker
- Former UK Special Forces
- Plane crash survivor
- Expert in thinking clearly under pressure
Jamie Hull's Biography
Jamie Hull is a former army reservist and plane crash survivor.
Whilst training for his private pilot’s licence in 2007, Jamie’s aircraft caught fire forcing him to make an emergency landing. With the cockpit in flames and the plane descending, death appeared imminent. Yet against the odds, he remained calm and escaped via the only way possible: by climbing onto the wing of the aircraft. When the aircraft was only twenty feet from the ground, he jumped. Jamie’s aircraft crashed and exploded only sixty feet from him.
Jamie was rescued by a passer-by and rushed to hospital, where he remained in intensive care for six months followed by another six months in a coma. He had a total of 60% third-degree burns to his body and hopes of survival were slim. During this time, he suffered renal failure, underwent kidney dialysis and suffered from pneumonia and septicaemia.
Since the accident, Jamie has undergone over fifty operations. Through mental strength and determination, Jamie has rebuilt his life and gone on to inspire thousands with his resilience.
Today, Jamie speaks to audiences far and wide about his incredible journey. In speaking about his life, the accident and his will to live, Jamie seeks to inspire confidence and energy in his audiences.