Flying is definitely in his blood. Since he did his first jump at the age of 19, Noah got immediately the idea of which path he wanted to walk on: committing himself completely to skydiving, he has grown quickly in the sport keeping moving around the States. Starting with ten jumps in New Mexico, it didn't take long to Noah to decide to pack and move to Florida, the skydiving land par excellence. Here Bahnson had the chance to be more in touch with the essence of this sport and to understand which kind of skydiver he wanted to be. After 400 jumps Noah moved to Atlanta (Georgia), looking forward to really get into skydiving and where he actually achieved in few years more than 3000 jumps experiencing pretty much all the disciplines. In 2007, Bahnson decided to move again, taking his skills into the wind tunnel in New Hampshire where he became advance level instructor. After one year and half, Noah changed scenario one more time going to Chicago to fly as camera operator of a VFS 4-way team. Since then his evolution was a fast one: Mr. Bahnson has competed in canopy piloting and VFS, he was in the 108-way world record in vertical formation, he took part of multi point 33-ways at Lodi Sequential event, he worked as primary air to air videographer for "Birdmen" (a documentary about the history and the evolution of wingsuit flying) and many more stuff. In the last 8 years, Noah can count more then 6,000 jumps, 1,000+ hours of tunnel time, plenty basejumps and wingsuit flights: at this point he showed clearly how much the passion for skydiving has driven his life. Like he always says, "It hasn't been a choice, I had to do it. Skydiving chose me!".