It all started when I was about seven months old and my parents stuck me and my brother in the middle of a sixteen foot tripping canoe. As a family we would set out every summer for at least a two week canoe trip. These trips started out on flatwater, but by the time I was about ten years old, we started into river trips. The rapids were always my favourite part, so in 2009 when I participated in one of the Ottawa River Runners white water kayaking camps, I was thrilled to be going down rapids in my own boat. I continued tripping and kayaking for a few years, and then all of the sudden I was fully immersed in the slalom racing world.
In 2014 I became junior national champion for canoe singles women.
I made the junior national team and in April 2015 raced at the junior world championships in Foz d'Iguacu, Brazil. The adventure hasn’t stopped since then. In May 2015 I came third at the senior team trials in Minden, Ontario. I won nationals again in August 2015 becoming junior national champion for the second consecutive year. I also placed third in the senior C1W category and qualified for the senior national team. I went to Spain and France very shortly after nationals to compete at the last two world cups of the season. Aiming to race well in Krakow, Poland at the Under 23 World Championships next July, I hope to have an equally or more successful season in 2016 racing for Team Canada.