At the age of 21, I embarked on a journey from Scotland with a plan to ‘travel,’ beginning with a snowboard instructor training course. However, after the first season, my travel plans took a backseat as I found myself pursuing the snow.
For the next four to five years, I dedicated my time and efforts to working as a snowboard instructor across the globe, from countries like Poland and Bulgaria to Australia and New Zealand.
Around the fourth and fifth year of my snowboarding career, I shifted my focus towards constructing snowboard parks as that was where I spent most of my time on the snowboard. Even after 9 years, my passion and motivation are unwavering.
Throughout my snowboarding journey, I’ve been fortunate enough to garner several sponsorships. I’ve had the honor of winning rail jams and minor competitions and have contributed to building courses for the X games. Moreover, I’ve provided assistance at some of the year’s largest park events, like The Stomping Grounds project.
I am currently a snowboarder and snowboard park builder who’s been based in Norway for the past four years. After spending my initial years teaching snowboarding worldwide, I transitioned into building snowboard parks, and I always seize the opportunity to ride them whenever possible. For the past nine years, I’ve been dedicated to building snowboard parks in Norway.