I first saw suspension on tv when I was a kid and was fascinated. I saw my first live suspension back in 2017, when I saw BCS lead, Jaime, suspend. I fell in love with it and had to get involved immediately!
My first suspension, a lotus, was in July of 2018. In 2021, Jeaves stepped down from BCS and handed the crew over to me, and I’ve been Head Bastard ever since. I love my crew more than anything, they’re the best crew in the world and I’ll fight anyone who says differently.
My favorite thing to do in suspension is train. I love my crew and how eager they are to learn and I love teaching them. I truly have a heart and passion for it. I also really love suspending first timers. I feel honored to be a part of their experience and work very hard to make it the best I can for them.
My favorite suspension of mine is always the next one, but my favorite suspension ive facilitated is either when I put BCS social media manager Aeron in a resurrection for a show, which they absolutely killed, or when I got to suspend Kelsey for the first time, who I’ve known since the day she was born.
I first saw suspension in Bizarre Magazine and was instantly fascinated. In 2011, I moved next door to one of the original members of TSD, one of the first suspension groups ever. That's where the fun began.
My first suspension was a two-point back in 2013 and I was absolutely terrified.
My favorite aspect of facilitating suspension is the emotional connection I have with the suspendee. I really like connecting with people during their first suspension. It's a baptism every time. It's a delicate emotional state that I feel privileged to be a part of.
My favorite personal hang was a single knee suspension. Knee suspensions in general are super powerful. There is an intensity to them that is incomparable.
Though not currently working as a full time piercing artist, I did apprentice at Cowboy Tattoo in Augusta, GA. I joined the suspension community in 2014 hanging with TSD. Since then I have learned to function in a variety of positions on a suspension team and have had the pleasure of serving as crew for BCS since this beginning. Looking forward to continuing to learn and grow with this community.
Social Media Manager
Jeaves was the person that introduced me to suspension, not too long after I moved to Dallas in 2016, and my first suspension was with BCS in July of 2018 (a two-point back suspension).
I joined the BCS crew at the end of 2021 as the social media manager.
I think my favorite crew thing to do is bio because it appeals to my inner street medic.
My favorite personal suspension was my 2nd resurrection, a 4 pt, at our show for the Three of Canes fundraiser, in December of 2021. I’ve never felt more seen, empowered, and bold.