During the making of his film he has participated in challenging outdoor adventures such as climbing, caving and kayaking in a variety of wild places across New Zealand, Here he is climbing the Pinnacles next to Whakapapa ski field.
We also tramped up the mountain to the summit plateau, with great views across to Ngauruhoe volcano further north.
The Dome Shelter was covered in rime ice. Inside the shelter there is a seismometer that is used to monitor volcanic earthquakes.
La Nouvelle-Zelande, Terre d'aventure from Bruno CEDAT on Vimeo.
And in our recent volcano video, Brad Scott gives an introduction to New Zealand's volcanoes and the potential hazards during eruptions: