I am proud to say I am a lifelong Seattleite.
I’ve been a tour guide in Pioneer Square since 2012. Before I started taking people
beneath the streets, I worked suspended from the ceiling as an aerialist. It was a
delight to thrill audiences on the trapeze and work with Seattle’s talented circus,
vaudeville, and burlesque performers.
Now I get to share the tales of our city’s colorful past with people from all over the
I am a tea drinker trapped in a coffee town. The best place for a cup of Irish Breakfast is The Crumpet Shop on 1st & Pike.
My favorite lunch spot is Ping’s Dumpling House on 5th & King; tiny pockets of
dumpling heaven. Yum!
If I could go back in time it would be to see the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. There was
space age technology, the Bubbleator, and Gracie Hanson’s showgirls. It doesn’t get better than that!