After competing full time on the ASP Tour for 14 years until 2006, Kim is now working and has finished her Certificate III in I.T., free surfing, and doing select events.
Born and raised in the Northern Suburbs of Wollongong, Australia. Could Swim before she could walk.

Learnt to surf at 5 years of age while on holidays on the central coast of NSW. Participated in many junior sports Surfing, Surf Life Saving, Squash, Soccer, Athletics, Cricket, netball, touch football, and accomplished many regional, and state honours in all these sports. State Squash Champion at 13.

Started competing at the age 15 in local surfing events. Making it too the Australian School Titles in only her 3rd amateur event surfed, placing 2nd.

Won the amateur World Cup of Surfing in 1991. Turned Pro at 21 to compete on the ASP Women’s circuit. Finishing that first year in 13th place, and winning the ASP Rookie of the Year. Won her first Pro event at Anglet, France, the Tamanu Women’s Pro in 1997. As well as competing professionally, is also running her own bookkeeping service for professional surfers and businesses.

Kim was awarded the ASP Women’s Rookie Award in 1993.
Rated inside the top 20 on the ASP World Tour, “Kim does well in both big and small waves, and is capable of major accomplishments” (ASP Official Tour Guide 2001).