Ever since I wrote “partly cloudy” in my Kindergarten notebook when I was four years old, I always knew I wanted to be a TV weatherman, and I’m extremely lucky to be able to do so now at WeatherNation. Through a variety of internships and jobs, I’ve been fortunate enough to acquire a wide array of skillsets in media, from serving as the Colorado Rapids’ beat writer for MLSsoccer.com to my duties as ESPN Denver’s Executive Producer to my current duties as a nationally-televised broadcast meteorologist at WeatherNation. I’ve worked extensively in newspaper, online media, radio and television.
I started working in sports shortly after my graduation from Boston University in 2009 while I studied meteorology on the side through Mississippi State University's distance learning program. After completing the program in September 2012, I started side work as an intern at Fox 31 in Denver while working full-time at ESPN Denver and part-time at Major League Soccer.
On the personal side, I’m a marathon runner, a fully accomplished athlete in every low-level recreational sport you can think of (soccer, primarily) and fascinated by international politics.
I’m always curious, always learning, always improving and always looking to make a positive impact wherever I am and in whatever I’m doing.