I graduated from Brighton Secondary College in 2011. Throughout my time at Brighton Secondary College I always wanted to pursue my dream of becoming an airline pilot. I did my first trial flight at Moorabbin Airport in 2009 as part of the Royal Victorian Aero Club Young Eagles program. The teachers at Brighton Secondary College assisted me in choosing the relevant VCE subjects and applying for appropriate tertiary courses to best place me to kick start my career.
Following Year 12 I commenced a Bachelor of Aviation at Swinburne University and concurrently I became a qualified Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor. I worked as a Flight Instructor training airline cadet pilots and domestic student pilots at Moorabbin airport for just over four years. In 2018 I began my first airline pilot job as an Airbus A320 First Officer flying domestically around Australia. I now have over 4000 hours of flying experience.
Unfortunately due to the COVID 19 pandemic I have recently been made redundant, however I am eager to return to flying! In the meantime I have commenced a Master Degree in Aviation Management at UNSW as I continue my search for a new Pilot job.