Hello, Huntsville! I started working at WHNT News 19 as a full-time producer in July of 2016.

I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications and Film from The University of Alabama in May 2015. While at UA, I spent the Summer of 2013 interning at WHNT. It was an excellent experience for me, and really helped shape my interest in the television news industry. Immediately after I graduated, I spent a year producing the news in Evansville, Indiana for WEHT/WTVW.

When not working, I can be found catching a movie, playing video games, or following my favorite sports teams — chief among them, the Arizona Coyotes, the Arizona Cardinals, and of course my Crimson Tide.


Recent Articles
  • Power Outages - Huntsville Utilities

    UPDATE: Crews restore power in Madison

    MADISON, Ala. – Huntsville Utilities confirm they have restored power to the previously reported outage area in the City of Madison. Service was interrupted when a piece of equipment failed near the intersection of Sullivan Street and Kyser Boulevard just after 2:30 p.m. Saturday. At least 1,300 were affected, from Madison Boulevard north to Browns Ferry Road and from County Line Road east to Hughes Road. All customers affected by this outage should have service at this time.

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    Tornadoes cause significant damage to Pepperell Village in Opelika

    OPELIKA, Ala. – As deadly storms made their way through central Alabama Saturday night and Sunday morning, damage has been reported statewide. Thousands are also without power. The Opelika Observer reports serious damage in Pepperell Village, from a possible tornado. The Tornado Watch for the area was lifted. More photos of damage in Pepperell Village #opelika #opelikatornado pic.twitter.com/CZZWSICQOw — Opelika Observer (@OpelikaObserver) January 22, 2017 At least 12 people have been killed in southern Georgia, bringing the total death toll […]

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    UNA Falls in Championship Game to Northwest Missouri State

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. –  The University of North Alabama’s bid to win the 2016 NCAA Division II Football National Championship came up short on a snow-covered field at Children’s Mercy Park as Northwest Missouri State pulled off a 29-3 win over the Lions. The game was played with sub-zero wind chills at kickoff and heavy snow beginning late in the first half and continuing throughout the remainder of the game. The Lions gave up three turnovers and had a high-snap […]