Where did you grow up?
Where do you work?
Disabled Wintersports Australia. Whistler Adaptive
What is your connection to the snow?
Snowsports in general and Adaptive snowsports in-particular has shown me that purposeful recreational outdoor activity is not only essential to a healthy balanced and active lifestyle, but also has physical, social and physiological benefits that can make real and meaningful changes to people lives.
What was your best snow experience?
Every time I get to share the moments when one of my students overcomes enormous changelings, find themselves in a state of ‘flow’ and being present in the joy of skiing.
Home Town: Jindabyne NSW
Home Resort: Split between Thredbo and Perisher
Certs: ASPI Adaptive trainer examiner, ASPI Apline lv 2, ASPI Snowboard lv 2. CADS lv 3. PSIA lv 2. CSCF lv 2. CAA lv 2.
Interski Attendance: Bulgaria 2019
Ski: Icelantic Nomad 105 for fun, Head World Cup rebels for sit skiing,
Bindings: Shifts for Icelantic's, Head FreeFlex 20 (set up for sit skiing with plates and blocks)
Boots: Full Tilt First Chair.
Poles: G3 Carbon adjustable
Sit Ski: NIssin Torino Monoski
Outriggers: SuperLite, race flip.