I was born in Anchorage, Alaska into a family with a rich hunting heritage. I was raised in Arizona where I grew up hunting each season with my family and friends. I learned to believe that taking people hunting and teaching ethics are the keys to ensuring hunting’s future. Now I live in Southern Utah with my wife and two children. I got the “sheep fever” at a young age and have spent each fall guiding and helping others on sheep hunts across North America. I enjoy pursuing different species and hunting new locations each season.
Hunting to me is more than just a hobby or a sport, it’s part of who I am. I attribute my positive family relationships to days and weeks spent in the mountains together. I know that if we work together as a hunting community, we can achieve our goals, raise successful children, and fill plenty of tags in the years to come!