I began skiing when I was only 3 years old, or so I was told. I always enjoyed skiing as a little girl so my parents entered me to compete in Moguls at age 7. I chose moguls because all of my friends chose the same discipline. By the age of 9, I learned that mogul skiing was not my passion and followed in the footsteps of my brother, Birk, and entered the Park and Pipe program at Winter Park. My parents drove my brother and I all around Colorado to compete in pipe and slope competitions. By the age of 14 I was lucky enough to be invited to compete for the US and join the official Us Ski Team. From that point on, I felt like it was meant to be. I continued to compete in halfpipe and travel the world amongst some of the best athletes in halfpipe skiing. Had a few rocks in the road of my skiing journey with an ACL and MCL tear, along with a broken collarbone and multiple head injuries. I began my US Freeski journey competing in World cups and slowly climbed the rankings to some Dew tour events, World Championships, and an X Games invite this past year. Even though halfpipe is what I train for all summer and winter long, I have more recently grew fond of chasing powder and backcountry jumps. Outside of halfpipe skiing, I hope to film a ski movie in the backcountry alongside a bunch of talented women skiers. Something I love about skiing is the different aspects and growth. Being a half-pipe skier, it is cool to go ski in different places and notice the talented athletes outside of my own discipline. As well as how there is no shortage of talented female skiers and boarders at resorts all around the world. As a female athlete and with the platform I have been given I hope to continue to inspire and push women's skiing in every way that I can.