Stephen grew up in Eastern North Carolina and started kayaking when he went to Bowdoin College in Maine. His love for whitewater has led him on paddling adventures across the entire United States, Europe, Canada and New Zealand. During the Summer, Stephen resides in Jackson, Wyoming, where he is a coach for Jackson Hole Kayak Club. The rest of the year, he can be found absolutely anywhere, living out of his van and always looking for his next adventure.
Hailing from Georgia, Beverly was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia at a young age, which resulted in her decision to peruse an active lifestyle in health and fitness, not only to help herself, but to help others as well. After graduating from the University of Georgia, she worked for the Department of Defense where she was a fitness trainer for personnel of every branch of the military. She also spent time in Germany, working rehab with wounded warriors at the Landsthul Military Hospital. Currently, Beverly is an elite sponsored Obstacle Course Racer, fitness model and personal trainer. She specializes in elite athlete training and rehab, adaptive athlete training and rehab, strength and conditioning coaching, and Cardio vo2 training
Her message to her clients: "You are going to climb the mountain yourself but I will be your Sherpa along the entire journey. If I can do it, you can do it"
Skier and Skater
A Jackson Hole native, Andrew was born and raised with a love for big mountain skiing. Filming and competing propelled Andrew into the semi professional circuit during high school. During the summer seasons between busy winters, he was feeding his love for skateboarding. Taking podium in skateboarding regional competitions, and placing top ten in the Junior Freeride World Tour Championships, solidified Andrew’s love for competitive skiing and skateboarding. After taking a few years off, he has returned to the competitive aspects of these sports with more energy than ever. Today, his identity carries a story of recovery from addiction, which he has used to his benefit in the world of skiing and skating. He is becoming recognized as the athlete who’s love for the sport is strengthened by his multiple years of sobriety.
Now competing in the Free Ride World qualifiers, Andrew is making a transition to Salt Lake City, Utah where he intends to compete and film more than last year, and have more fun than ever.