Tell us a little bit about yourself:
Just because you reach 40 doesn’t mean you have to stop living your life.
By day, I am a mild-mannered airline captain, flying hundreds of passengers around Europe in an Airbus A319.
Once I get home, it is back to the mundanity of being wife and mother of two young children.
On my days off, I prefer to swap a jet for a glider, and have flown my sailplane to two World championship titles.
By night, I return to my goth roots and don black lace and corsets to visit clubs and venues as DJ and muso.
Welcome to a typical week in my diverse and busy life.
What one thing are you most proud of in your 41 years so far?
Being Women’s World Gliding Champion three times, albeit with the ignominy of each being with a different surname…
What one thing do you hope to have achieved by the age of 100?
Sail around the world with my husband in our yacht. Whilst I am flying, he enjoys nothing better than to mess about on the water. I am immensely proud of the fact that he sailed to the UK from Australia in a 10m wooden vessel.
What piece of advice would you give to your 10 year old self?
Don’t be so bossy and make sure you follow you dream – it is really true that you can do anything you want to if you try hard enough.