After graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Geology in 2015, I wrapped up a field course in the Himalayas then headed straight to Montana to pursue life as a creator and mountain athlete in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. In July 2017, two friends and I laced up our running shoes in Bozeman and headed for the mountains. Seven days and 240 miles later, we arrived in Red Lodge. It was a journey that has affected all aspects of my life.
Through this experience I co-produced a documentary film, authored several articles, including a feature for Trail Runner Magazine and recently received the Keep It Wild Award from Montana Wilderness Association for our contributions to public lands advocacy.
This work launched my career as a storyteller. I've been working with brands and editorials ever since.