Brynn began her life on skis at 2 years old at her local mountain, Mount Washington, BC. She spent most of her early skiing days as part of a race program, although, Brynn was always attempting to make her way into the park. When Brynn turned 12, she decided she would give freestyle skiing a try. By having a strong skiing skill base from her years of racing, Brynn was able to start learning tricks right away as soon as she joined her local freestyle program.
Brynn began her freestyle journey by skiing on the weekends with the Mount Washington Freestyle Club. She instantly fell in love with the sport and really enjoyed being able to bring her own creativity to skiing. When Brynn turned 13, she started competing at local BC competitions where she excelled and hoped to go further in the sport. This led to Brynn deciding to join the Whistler Freestyle Ski Club with a mission to take her skiing to the next level.
After a couple of years without competition during the pandemic, Brynn competed in her first Canada Cup at 16 years old and qualified for the Leysin 2022 Park & Pipe Junior World Championships where she claimed a gold medal in big air. Additionally, Brynn finished second at the Stoneham NorAm in big air that same season. After a successful first year competing internationally in 2022, Brynn was nominated to the Canadian NextGen program.