Professional surfer who won the ASP 6-Star Quicksilver Brazil Open of Surfing and the Vans Pier Classic world tour events in 2011. In January 2015 he won the first ever World Surf League event held in Huntington Beach, California, called The World Surf League Surf City Pro. He became a member of the US Junior National Surfing Team.
He began surfing at the age of 10. He competed in school and holds the record for most National Scholastic Surfing Association championship wins, with his nine wins.
He is sponsored by Hurley, Oakley, Red Bull, and Neff. He starred in a surfing film called Brother a What Youth film released in 2015.
His mother Tina is one of his biggest supporters.
He has competed against Australian surfer Julian Wilson.