Canadian diver for Florida State University who has gained fame not only for his success in the sport, but also for his advocacy as an openly gay athlete. He won a bronze medal at the 2015 Junior Pan Am Championships in 3-meter synchro for Team Canada.
He began diving at Claremont Secondary School. He attended Florida State for Sports Management.
He won bronze at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials. He was also chosen to compete at the 2018 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships.
He's from British Columbia; he came out in 2016. He has a sister named Taylor.
He is a fan of fellow openly gay athlete Adam Rippon.