After that initial leap, I fell head over heels for the sport.
So much so that I ended up living at a dropzone, becoming a coach, and earning ratings in AFF, IAD, and more. The pull of the sky was irresistible, and I wanted to share that thrill with others. That’s what drove me to get instructional ratings – to help people become skydivers and contribute to the growth of our incredible sport.
Before I found myself in the sky, I wore different hats as a bar and nightclub owner and even tried my hand at fitness competitions. But it was my time at other dropzones that opened my eyes to something more. I saw people struggling to get in the air, and I knew I wanted to change that. So, I became a DZO, determined to create a positive and inclusive experience for everyone who wanted to taste the freedom of the skies.