Montreal, Canada
Flight attendant and reporter for SkiPresse and CyclePresse

My favourite FIG item
Love the WUU Shorts made from the new Flex fabric material. The shorts are perfect for all my outdoor adventures. The OPA Pants are also great for travel: both versatile and elegant, perfect for flying.

Something that makes me happy
I'm most happy when I combine adventure and the outdoors, all while travelling. Finding the perfect balance between the great outdoors, adventure and travel isn't always easy but the people whom I share these moments with are what truly puts a smile on my face. Throughout all my adventures and travels, I have learned to face my fears and always try something new. Life gets boring when I stay within the limits of what I already know.

My favourite city
Ubud, Bali. It's a city that awakens all my senses. Hearing the traditional soft Balinese music, smelling the incense burning by beautiful little pallets of offerings, tasting the delicious local foods, and connecting with a friendly and smiling culture. The nearby waterfalls and rice fields. The city is an experience on its own.

Beach or mountain?
Mountains. They offer adventure and nature, and I love how the best views are earned.

On my bucket list
I want to take some time to go on road trips and discover what the beautiful province of Quebec has to offer...Japan and the majestic Canadian Rockies for the upcoming ski season. New Zealand or Norway to explore some beautiful hikes and enjoy picturesque views.

FIG, for me, is...
Always comfortable, soft, versatile, and stylish. I very much enjoy wearing eco-friendly clothes, and I'm proud to be wearing Canadian clothing wherever I am in the world. With FIG, I travel much lighter as I'm able to wear the same piece of clothing for different occasions on my trips.
"Stop waiting for Friday, for a new season, for someone to fall in love with you, for life. Happiness is achieved when you stop waiting for it and make the most of the moment you are in now" - Author unknown 

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