I first visited the Greater Yellowstone Region in 1969 with my family on a two-week classic car camping trip. This started an annual family tradition of extended summer vacations exploring the National Park System. Over the years I have visited many of the country’s parks and wilderness areas. This early exposure and a strong interest in science led to a degree in Biology.
In 1989, I moved to Jackson, Wyoming for the winter season. Twenty-five years later, I still find myself stuck in “The Hole” and loving it. I take full advantage of the unique recreational opportunities that Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone region provide.
In the winter I’m a full time Ski Instructor at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and a volunteer Ski Patroller at Snow King Mountain. In the summer I’m an avid kayaker, rafter, and fly fisherman as well as a guide in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. I love to share my knowledge of the unique geology, ecology, and human history of this spectacular region with my tour guests.