A career in television and film runs in the family, so it was in my blood to end up here.
When I started college I chose to major in Public Relations and History. I started working at the university TV station, Q30, in various production and editorial roles, eventually earning a role on the station Board of Directors for two years. After graduating in 2012 with a Dual Bachelor's Degree, I spent the summer freelancing as a production assistant, I even met Big Bird on one of the shoots! I eventually took a job as an Assistant Event Planner until I could find some steady work in TV. Finally, I received a call to join a network that would be launching a new American headquarters soon.
Come May 2013, exactly one year after graduation, and I was sitting in a brand new control room behind the teleprompter launching Al Jazeera America. As a newbie, I was eager to learn everything, so I started working my way around the control room. When the opportunity arose, I was offered a promotion to Assistant Director. Unfortunately, only a few months later, it was announced that the network would be shutting its doors.
On the last day of Al Jazeera America, April 12, 2016, I was offered a job to stay with the network at the bureau in Washington, DC. Weeks later, I moved to the Capitol and started as the Senior Assistant Director. At the start of 2018 I was promoted to Technical Director. A Few months later, in August 2018, I joined the Fox News Channel as a Freelance Technical Director.
In April 2019, I left Al Jazeera to work at C-SPAN as a Program Director for all five networks that fall under the C-SPAN umbrella. Towards the end of the year, I heard that Fox in NYC was looking for a freelance TD, and seeing the opportunity to move back home, I immediately jumped on it. I moved back to New Jersey in February of 2020 and have been freelancing primarily for Fox News since.