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Number of Jumps:
How many years in the sport?
Born into it.
When you were a kid, were there any early activities that might indicate you’d one day become a skydiver?
Watching my parents do it. Growing up on a DropZone.
What was the circumstance that led you to the DZ for the first time to make your very first skydive?
When USPA dropped the age rule on skydive. I did my first tandem at 11 years old here at skydive city. They have brought back the rule that you have to be 18 to make a skydive.
What made you want to continue skydiving after your first jump?
The feeling that I wish I did go down and that I wish I could stay up here. Also I wanted to learn how to sit fly like my mother. I would see pictures of her and wanted to do it so bad.
What’s the best / most memorable skydive you’ve ever made?
When my friends got married in the plane up to altitude. Then the whole plane did a tracking jump and we were following them while they did a wingsuit rodeo.
If you could jump with anyone in the world, who would you like to jump with and why?
I would love to do a freefly jump with my parents.
what is one of the best customer experiences you’ve had at Skydive City?
When I teach someone how to pack then I watch them get their license. Then they start packing for a job then they get their rigging ticket. To see them grow from learning how to pack.
What about your daily work at Skydive City contributes to FUN at Skydive City?
So the fun jumpers can get on the next load and not have to pack their gear. Also so the TI’s can continue to work.
What is most gratifying about your work at Skydive City?
Seeing people so happy. Everyone is usually so excited and happy when skydiving. I love seeing all the smiles.