Slalom • Freestyle • Single Thruster
|Born||13.February 1987, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA|
|Sail No.||US 505|
|PWA Tour since||2011|
skiing, surfing, skateboarding
There is no better day than the present one, but the day I made the international JP team is one I will never forget.
When I’m out sailing and everyone I see has a big smile on!
Was the first time my parents took me windsurfing during spring break on south Padre Island
I like all genres of music, but I grew up listening to Hip-Hop.
The Columbia River Gorge
Trophy Trucks for the Baja 1000
The Illustrated Man and Jorge Luis Borges Collected Fictions
The Lost Bradbury
Slalom, Freestyle 99
Single Thruster 74, Freestyle 88
I’m all about perfect style. For example if I land a new move but I don’t feel like the way a did the move was stylish enough. I won’t claim the move till I’ve landed it perfectly.
Anyone pushing their limits and abilities to their full potential
2011 has been my first year competing on the PWA. I have learned a lot about how to be a pro competitor and I’m already looking forward to starting next years season with a year of experience under my belt.
JP, Neil Pryde, Dakine
The fool who thinks he is wise is indeed a fool, but the fool who knows his own folly is indeed wise.
Growing up as a skier in-land locked New Mexico did not make becoming a professional windsurfer easy, but I feel that growing up with wind and no water has given me a unique appreciation of these two elements combined. In the end such experiences will set me apart from my fellow windsurfers.