After attending the 2015 British Open in St. Andrews, I got the chance to explore more of the landscape and the culture of Scotland. From the Scottish Highlands to Loch Ness stopping for  castles and golf along the way. 


I traveled to Iceland in June of 2015. It was the farthest north I have ever been. The sun didn't set until midnight every night. We saw some amazing creatures and landscapes on our journey through the volcanic island. Waterfalls, geysers, rock formations, wild horses, flying birds, whales, vikings and even trolls were some of the magical things we encountered.


Combining my love of nature and film is another passion of mine. I hope to make a contribution through film by educating the masses on ways to help save our planet and all of the creatures that we share it with. My experience with Polar Bears International allowed me to travel North to Churchill, Manitoba, Canada to film and learn about the magnificent creatures who live on the frozen tundra.



Alaska was definitely a bucket list trip! We started in Fairbanks then traveled down to Denali National Park. Then we traveled south to board a cruise ship which would take us on a magical journey through icebergs and misty fjords. We learned a lot about the native culture and stopped in some pretty remote towns along the icy strait.