I had the honor of joining the Eyewitness News team in April of 2009. From the get go, I wanted to come home to my Orlando roots and it sometimes feels like a dream to be back working for the news station I grew up watching.
As a graduate of Lake Brantley High School, I went on to Florida State University in Tallahassee where I graduated with a BA in Communication. At FSU, I fell into the news world starting out in sports journalism.
From there, I worked in Florida's capital for two years as a 'one-man-band' reporter shooting, editing and presenting my own news reports at WCTV. There, I covered a wide variety of breaking news from plane crashes to the floods of Tropical Storm Fay that wreaked havoc on the 'Big Bend' area.
Now, more than happy to be home, I work hard to tell people in Central Florida what's going on through important stories that matter to them.