1. How long have you worked with Wales Air Ambulance?

I joined WAA in November 2016
2. Have you always wanted to be a pilot?
Yes, I have always wanted to work as a pilot, but it took time and a lot of hard work in order to make it achievable.
3. What does it mean to you to fly for WAA?
It is really exciting for me to be flying for the WAA. I grew up in the Neath Valley, so flying Welsh people across the countryside that I grew up in when they need it most feels really special.
4. If you weren't a pilot, what would you be?
If I could not fly for a living I think I would go back to being a White Water raft guide somewhere sunny.
5. When and where did you do your training civilian or military?
I have a civilian background. My first lessons were in New Zealand, then Swansea, Miami, High Wycombe and Gloucester. I split up my training to get varied flying experience and not just learn in one area.