I was born and raised in colorful Denver, Colorado. At the young age of 5, I started gymnastics and was involved in the sport until the age of 12. Later I played nearly every sport under the sun such as soccer, volleyball, field hockey, lacrosse, basket ball, and later shifted to music. I played bass guitar and tried drums, but nothing quite stuck. I started my undergraduate college career at the University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder, Colorado where I found pole dance. After one class I was obsessed, bought my own pole one week later and I have been practicing daily since. I now live in Las Vegas, Nevada with my two kitties Illyria and Adia where I train and coach other pole dancers. I am currently taking dance lessons and working on developing other acrobatic skills like trampoline wall and aerial straps in the heart of the circus world of the nation. However, pole will always be my true love. I am currently matriculating at the University of Southern California where I am expecting my Masters degree in Social Work in May of 2017. I am currently a 2-time 2016 national pole dance champion title holder and have received various awards in my pole career thus far. I am taking on new pole endeavors in the coming years in countries all over the world, continuing to compete, judge, train, and give workshop tours. I enjoy meeting new polers all over the world and my greatest achievement is inspiring others to push themselves to achieve their goals.