Sport & Bouldering
Noodles & Eggs
I started climbing at 19 years old when I discovered the rock climbing club at the University of Toronto. I loved climbing anything and everything as a kid. Birthday parties at the climbing gym were the bomb. I just had no idea that climbing was something that people regularly did, and I definitely had no idea how life-changing it would be. I moved to Calgary for the mountains (I mean school), and two years after graduating, here I still am. One of the many reasons I love climbing is that there are so many avenues of progression that contribute to developing you into a better climber so you can enjoy it even more. While many athletes have plenty of talent, I feel like my progression was mainly developed through extensive years of making and learning from many mistakes. I love the feeling of understanding something new and mentally and having it click physically. I find it to be one of the most rewarding things to experience when I can help it happen with others, which is why I love coaching climbing too.
Outside of climbing, I work full time and am on my way to becoming a licensed architect. I am passionate about good design (of any discipline) and how it can make the world a better place. A dream goal is to combine these passions, but for now – climbing comes first!