I grew up in London and was a water baby from the start. I learned to scuba dive aged 12 and enjoyed it for many years but always found it to be a bit noisy and cumbersome.
While travelling in Thailand in 2013, I discovering freediving and it was love at first dive! I found a deep level of peace and tranquility that I wasn’t able to access whilst scuba diving.
Shortly after starting to freedive, I had to take a year away from depth for personal reasons but returned and in 2015, I was selected to attend the biennial Individual Depth World Championships in Cyprus on the British Team. I placed overall 10th out of 30 women.
In 2017 I attended the same event, this time in Roatan, Honduras where I placed overall 5th out of 31 women.
In August 2019, I competed in the Caribbean Cup in Roatan Honduras, gaining my first 2 national records in CWBF followed by the CMAS World Championships where I took all 4 depth national records. Then onto Villefrance-sur-Mer, France for the AIDA World Championships where I secured 3 white cards for successful dives and came 4th overall out of 46 women.
My passion is for the depth disciplines, but I use the pool for training when I am London based and unable to access deep water.
I am an SSI Level 2 Freediving Instructor and have a healthy passion for Yoga. I relish both the physical and mental side of free diving and look forward to consistently increasing my depths over the coming years.