|Date of birth: 4 March 1978
Sponsors: Burton, Anon, Nikita 1st Place ’04 Chicken Jam Slopestyle, Park City, UT
1st Place ’04 Burton Abomnible Snow Jam slopestyle, Mt Hood, OR
3rd Place ’04 US Open Rail Jam, Stratton Mountain, VT
1st Place ’04 Vans Triple Crown Slopestyle, Breckenridge, CO, US
1st Place ’04 Chicken Jam Slopestyle, Innsbruck, AUT
2nd Place ’03 US Open halfpipe, Stratton, VT
2nd Place ’03 Vans Triple Crown slopestyle finals
1st Place ’03 Global X Games, Whistler
2nd Place ’03 FIS World Cup halfpipe, Sapporo, JPN
1st Place ’03 Burton European Open halfpipe, Livigno, IT
2nd Place ’02 Nippon Open halfpipe, JPN
1st Place ’01 Vans Triple Crown Halfpipe, Snow Summit, CA, US
1st Place ’01 FIS World Cup Halfpipe, Park City, Utah, US
1st Place ’01 US Open Halfpipe, Stratton Mountain, VT, US
1st Place ’00 US Open Halfpipe, Stratton Mountain, VT, US
|You get the last word in Dropstitch as the final person to appear in the film – what do you think of your part in the film?
It’s clear from your introduction in the film that many of the girls really look up to you – what do you think it is that they admire?
Do you have any filming plans for this season?
Where are you based this season?
What else have you got in your diary this season – competitions etc?
What trick gave you most satisfaction when you first stomped it?
Who do you usually ride with?
Is there anywhere in the world where you’d like to go snowboarding that you haven’t been to yet?
What’s the best piece of snowboarding advice you’ve been given?
Which is the most fun event to compete in?
Who are the women in the sport that are pushing it?
So what are your goals for the season?
Do you ever get the fear and if so, what do you do to get over it?
What are you most proud of during your career so far?