At the age of five, Adriana's father took her hunting for the first time, following in the footsteps of her older sister who also started at age five. A year later, at just six she took her first whitetail and turkey and at age seven she completed her first turkey grand slam. That grand slam set a record making her the youngest girl to complete a turkey grand slam in one season. Since then, Adriana says traveling and hunting has been a big part of her youth. Co-hosting "Grace, Camo and Lace" with her sister Alli, the show follows them across North America as they hunt big and small game. In the upcoming fifth season, Adriana says viewers will get to see a mix of turkey hunts, mule deer, whitetails, black bear and more with a variety of different weapons.
Taking her passion for the outdoors and hunting beyond just a weekend warrior status, Adriana is on a collegiate archery team and has been in competitive archery for years. Competing in the S3DA throughout high school, Adriana secured multiple state championships and one national championship. Having just graduated high school last spring, Adriana is now a freshman in college and a member of the archery team. Adriana says through the show and her competitive archery she has found a way to be a mentor and advocate for the hunting lifestyle and it's her hope that she can encourage more female and youth participation.