Born and raised in Pennsylvania. I was introduced to waterfowl around the age of eleven through the marshes, small ponds, the Great Lakes, dry corn fields and the occasional flooded timber hole. Ever since I dropped my very first mallard I've had the bug for it. Since then, I've done everything possible to be best I can at it. After I enlisted in the United States Army in 2016, I left for Washington State which is where I reside now with my Wife Sydney. Living in Washington has opened my eyes to a lot of things. It has definitely made me a smarter, better hunter and taught me things that I'll carry for the rest of my life. I've had to learn to hunt with the tide shifts. I've come across flooded corn fields and tons of other things I just never thought I'd see in my entire life. Later on I plan to travel a lot more to hunt different places across the country. When I'm released from the Army, my wife and I will be moving back East to Tennessee to work a job I have waiting for me and hopefully hunt a lot more than I do now. I hope to keep moving in the direction I am now with more photography and videography to share my experiences with everyone I can.