I found my sport when I made my first skydive in Snohomish, WA in 2008. The risk and adventure lured me in, but it's been the community and people that have had the most profound impact. I like to challenge myself to get better, which is why competitions and records are exciting, but the sunset loads with your crew is where it's at. I am continually learning how to fly my body and canopy, and I like to take photos, too!
I was a static line student.
I learned how to fly straight head-down in the sky before stepping foot in a tunnel.
My son made 122 skydives in my tummy, including a world record.
32-Way Women's Head-Up World Record Formation 2017
72 Way Head-Up World Record Formation 2016
52 Way Head-Up World Record Formation 2016
65 Way Women's Vertical World Record Formation 2016
164 Way Vertical World Record Formation 2015
MFS National Champion 2014
63 Way Women's Vertical World Record Formation 2013
142 Way Guinness Book of World Records Vertical Record Formation 2012
138 Way Vertical World Record Formation 2012
41 Way Women's Vertical World Record Formation 2010