Raised outdoors in Montana, Everett has an undeniable passion for all things hunting (and angling) and helping others discover those same experiences. His pursuits span the spectrum upland to big game, archery to muzzleloading. When he isn’t in the mountains, Everett is involved in state conservation with Montana FWP as a council member working on education, access, and landowner-sportsman dynamics. He enjoys waterfowling with his Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Cane, and flying his peregrine falcon, Freyja. After enlisting in the United States Navy, he served two tours in Iraq while deployed with the United States Marine Corps. He continues to work with other veterans using hunting and outdoor recreation as a therapeutic tool. For the past several years he has helped create and teach hunter education programs as well as being a frequent guest on podcasts, workshops, and events with a focus on hunting ethics. He is a member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association and supports the conservation work of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Boone and Crockett Club.