Achievements/ movies / comp results / other proud moments:
- Keeping up with telemark bindings for 15 years and beating some great alpine dudes.
- Got the comment: “is this your new women collection?”, while wearing my latest male design on a party.
Favorite areas or descents:
Describe your skiing background
- I spent all my free time at our backyard skihill (25m vert) at my school age. Somehow I got super stoked of telemark skiing at the age of 13. All my friends were snowboarders or skiers though, so I hanged with them, tried to do the same stuff and saw myself as a skier or snowboarder, not really a telemarker.
What was your big breakthrough or defining moment in skiing?
- It is still to come.
Describe a skiing experience when things got out of hand:
- Attending Engadin Snow freeride competition for about five years ago. I thought that I could ski, but after 5 turns I was so tired that I had nothing left to give and had to force my way down doing hooks and butt sliding down. Quite embarrassing, but I guess I learned a lecture.
What are you up to when you’re not skiing?
- Training for the season, trying to be creative and learn clothes designing, skateboarding with my kids and learn life.
Any training advice or suggestions?
- Make training into a lifestyle and enjoy it. Be creative.
Who or what inspires you?
- Creative people in- and outside the skiing world. Snowboarders.
How do you see skiing evolving in the next five years?
- I guess that competing will be more organized which I see as a good thing. But people will always go skiing because it’s fun, as long as there is snow.
Do you have any vices that you would like to share?
- Enjoy every day and remember that you choose.
What are your future plans or goals in skiing?
- To be a better skier, to learn some alpine skiing, to win everything and to have fun with friends.