Being a flight instructor comes with many responsibilities. I feel for a student to learn best, they need to be in a stress free safe environment, and also have trust with their CFI. I aim to make our lessons as safe as possible, have the student be comfortable, and make sure they learn the material and really understand its purpose. Safety is always number one, and it’s my responsibility to train students to be safe, and proficient pilots. Also, I make sure we have FUN!!!
I grew up on a farm in upstate New York, and it was there where I learned the many lessons of a hard days work. At the age of 21, I made the leap to move to Nashville to pursue a career in music. After traveling all over the United states, and also playing music in Central America, I decided that I wanted to take some time and get my Pilots license. Once I started, I couldn’t stop. I climbed the ratings to CFII, and I’m excited to see where this journey takes me.
Music, working on my 1988 Camaro, kayaking, enjoying the outdoors.
My Favorite Thing About Wings
Meeting talented people dedicated to making aviation as safe as possible.
“If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything.”
My Message to You
Do lots of reading and studying before you get into the airplane. If you can have an understanding of what the lesson is all about before hand, it’ll make much more sense in the air.