What is your occupation?
Engineer in Training
What is your home airport?
What year did you start flying?
Where did you learn to fly?
Sea Land Air, CZBB
Why did you start flying?
I was very fortunate to grow up in an aviation family and was exposed to the wonder of flight at an early age. I can recall that nearly every weekend I would fly right-seat with my father in our 1967 Piper Cherokee. It was these early experiences and the encouragement from my family that drove me to pursue my private pilots license when I was 17. Now more than 5 years later I am flying left-seat of that same Cherokee and I can confidently say that flying is my life’s greatest passion.
What airplane did you learn to fly in?
What airplane do you fly now?
Piper PA-28 Cherokee
What is your favorite kind of flying or place to fly to?
Aerobatics (hoping to achieve an aerobatics rating one day)
What is your favorite feature on the BCGA website?
The News & Events Calender
In a few words describe what the BCGA is to you:
BCGA continues to inspire me to grow my skills as a pilot and become a more engaged member of our community. BCGA has also been instrumental in igniting the passion for aviation in many young aviators and soon-to-be aviators.
What other aviation organizations / clubs are you affiliated with?
Langley Flying Club, COPA, COPA For Kids
What is your favorite quote?
There are old pilots, there are bold pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots.
Engineering/technology, traveling, fitness