If you ask me, life is one great adventure, the greatest of all. The world is full of many diverse places, where new experiences can be had, and many friends can be made. This section is a short summary of my life, and the places I have lived it.

I grew up in Henderson, Nevada. Many great times were enjoyed during my young years. I was involved in the Scouting program, making many friends along the way.

Graduated from Basic High School the year before the new millennium, 1999. (the name comes from the Basic Magnesium Plant located nearby)

After high school, I worked for about a year before I left to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Two years were volunteered in Honduras, Central America. Up to this point, these were no doubt the Best Two Years of my life. I gained a great love for the people of that place, I hope to go back to visit some day.

I returned home in 2002, worked for another year in Henderson, and it was at that point that I started my schooling. Not knowing exactly what I wanted to major in, I spent a year taking generals at BYU Idaho.
I later transferred to Brigham Young University located in Provo Utah and started a science degree in computer engineering.

In 2007, I received the opportunity to attend a summer semester as a visiting student to the BYU Hawaii campus. It was an amazing experience, like none other! I worked at the Polynesian Cultural Center there in Laie.

The Spring of 2009 I completed my bachelors degree along with my sister Angela, her husband Anthony and his identical twin Ben. Shortly after I accepted a Software Engineering position at QSI Corporation (now Beijer Electronics Inc) in Salt Lake City Utah. Almost two years later I married my sweet heart Katie and we both happily reside in Salt Lake.