I started archery in 2013 where I went on to compete in the first-ever Invictus games where I earned a bronze medal as an individual recurve archer.
From there I was picked up by Archery GB to be apart of their Para Academy with the aim of progressing to compete in the Paralympic Games. This is where I found my love of the sport and made my way to being ranked 4th in the country for para-recurve archers.
I narrowly missed out on competing in the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games but I went as part of the Paralympic Inspiration program which allowed me to experience the games but not as an athlete. From then I knew I wanted to compete, I wanted to be a Paralympian.