"I like to do a couple different things. I like to fish, you know, living here in Montana lots of people likes to fish. I just recently got into fly fishing and I’m really excited. That’s a process but I’m learning and its been fun. I like to long board during the summer, so that can be fun because we have a lot of trails and areas to long board. I read a lot and I also write too, so I do spend my time doing a lot of that. I do volunteer a lot as well. I also follow politics because human rights issues are so critical right now. "
Transilient: Do you vote?
"I do vote I’m very proud about that. I encourage my friends and other people to vote. I do think its important even though some people say it isn’t because the electoral college. It does make a difference even if it’s just one vote, because they still add them up and the electoral college can change you just have to make that change. Not doing anything, even if the system isn't the best, won't make a change.
There’s a non-profit here called Forward Montana and they’re non-partisan; they're just there to get people to register to vote. I volunteered there before as like a civic duty because it’s something I think is important. All that's important is to get people to register to vote. It doesn’t matter who you vote for, as long as you register.”