My career in broadcasting began at Lyndon State College for Lyndon’s local cable station News7. There I started on the digital platform, News7 Newslinc, and later moved to live on-air shows as a member of a 5 person weather team at News7. During that time, I also interned at FOX25 in Boston, where I learned invaluable broadcasting techniques from Meteorologist Fred Campagna. After college, I accepted a position in Portland, ME for WMTW as the interim Weekend Evening Meteorologist in 2015. After my time in Maine ended, I accepted a new position at WMTV – NBC15 in Madison, WI where I was the Weekend Evening and Midday Meteorologist. Several months later, I became the Evening Meteorologist for the CW Madison station where I received an Emmy Nomination for my story on the Barneveld Tornado; one of the most destructive tornadoes in Wisconsin history.
In 2018 I became a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist after receiving an AMS seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society. The AMS Seal is awarded to a meteorologist that can pass both a written exam and a board review of on-air weathercasts to demonstrate a level of knowledge in the field of meteorology. After 2 1/2 years in Madison, I returned to New England, and accepted a Meteorologist/Weather Producer in Boston for WHDH – 7 News. There I worked on an Emmy Award-Winning morning show, where I designed graphics for the weather team and assisted morning Meteorologist Chris Lambert.
In 2019 I moved back to Wisconsin, accepting a meteorologist position for WITI – FOX6 in Milwaukee, where I spent three years. I often worked along side Meteorologist Tom Wachs during severe coverage, including the Midwest Derecho of 2021 and countless tornado warned storms.