Your Age: 32
Your Location (where do you ride mostly): U.K.
Weapon(s) of choice: Moxi roller skates, transition Syren freeride bike, gnu b-prosnowboard. Occasionally double-up geisha wakeboard and lush off-season longboard (I'm still learning!)
What’s an average day for you like? I'm on a mission to visit and skate at every skate park in the UK. My average day involves a lot of googling to try and find the nearest one to where I happen to be.
What is the most difficult part of your activity/sports for a beginner? The easiest? There still not very many people roller skating in skate parks. Everyone's used to seeing skateboarders and BMXers and even inliners but quads, not so much. It can be difficult standing out this much, especially when you are learning and finding your feet. Fortunately there is a great community and if you get involved there's people to help you out when you are learning and make it easier.
What is the best and worst thing about being female in your sport? I love being able to wear pretty dresses when I'm skating! I think quad skating is traditionally seen as more of a female sport so no one bats an eyelid. I also think it's funny to look really girly and then bust out some gnarly tricks.
What are your favorite brands/designers for your sports apparel and for stepping out? I practically live in my collection of Power of Greyskull leggings.
How dangerous do you really think it is compared to what people do in their regular activities? Aggressive roller skating can be dangerous, and injuries mainly happen by trying to run before you can walk. If you take your time to develop skills and get confident then it's not too dangerous.
I bet in your experience you have seen some crazy crashes. Describe one. I've had a few crazy crashes myself, but I've always got back up again.
What usually gets people hooked on your activity/sport? The resurgence of aggressive roller skating after it pretty much disappeared in the early '90s is a fairly new thing. I think this gives it a lot of freedom as there's no set expectations of what you can and can't do on skates. People usually get hooked as you're free to develop your own style and tricks and there's no right or wrong. Everyone is jut doing their own thing and picking it up as they go along.
What is your favorite trick? Frontside box stall.
Do you own any other toys? I have all the toys! As well as mountain bikes, a longboard, a wakeboard and a snowboard I also make my own roller skates. I've got a set made out of an old pair of Doc Marten boots.
What are three things you could not live without? My phone - I'm always on instagram! My skates and my helmet (safety first!).
Who have been your biggest supporters in getting you to where you are now? The Chicks in Bowls United Kingdom crew and For Heaven's Skates team.
Who’s your favorite rider/shooter (photo/video)? My favorite skaters are Indy JammerJones, Bambi Bloodlust, and Barbie Luciana.