Park City, UT
Current hometown/ mountain
SLC, UT - Alta + Snowbird <3
Sego quiver of choice
Big Horn 106 for cliffs and butters and the Lupine for backcountry pow
Years skiing for Sego?
One thing that fires you up most outside of skiing?
My life, I am pretty fortunate to live the life that I do, so I’m pretty fired up about that. I’ve got my mama’s cooking to look forward to after a day chasing lines.
Would you say you “train” for skiing or just have activities that get you in shape in physically and/or mentally compliment your skiing?
I like working out which includes typical gym time to get #swoll but mountain biking, skating, slack-lining, and cliff jumping all compliment the mentality and physical fitness required to ski hard.
- What you look forward to most going into a ski season?
I wouldn’t say there’s just one thing I love, I love the whole experience! Skiing with homies, watching the mountains in awe and pondering their creation, sparkly snow, but if I had to pick one it'd probably be stomping tricks I’ve been drooling about doing over the summer.
I’m excited to coach Devo’s up at Snowbird and get the opportunity to influence and inspire a young group of shredders.
Random fact about yourself?
I sold educational books door-to-door this last summer working an average of 86 hours a week… in the cranberry capital of the United States. I feel like that’s pretty random.
Ski with music? Or music that gets you fired up/ want your skiing to feel like?
I don’t always ski with music… but when I do I’m pretty bipolar and like a mix of chill - make you ski with wavey airplane arms, and crazy rap that makes tourists and locals think I’m a crazy psychopath….
I won a pair of skis way back when, and had a good time. I love being able to arc some turns, jib around on the tips and tails and stomp some big drops. Plus local businesses rule :)