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About Me

Sports broadcasting and event production have been a passion ever since my childhood. I began “mock-announcing” at age nine with Super Bowl XXXIX, and have turned a childhood full of hundreds of fake broadcasts into the real thing, having been involved in sports event production dating back to my middle school days in southeastern Massachusetts.

During my undergraduate years at University of Massachusetts, I was the Sports Director for WMUA-FM student radio and also served as a broadcaster for UMass Athletics Productions, traveling around the region and the country to broadcast and produce events for both outlets. In those roles as a student, I was heard in the Springfield and Boston markets on 91.1 FM Amherst and 1260 AM Quincy calling Minutemen action.


I was humbled by the opportunity to travel around the country in college and broadcast from some of sports’ most hallowed grounds such as Notre Dame Stadium and the Barclays Center. I also loved the experience of working as a team announcer in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox, being able to meet local fans and experience all of the partisanship that makes sports great.


Since graduation, I've worked as a broadcaster and producer in the Centralia-Chehalis, WA market, currently serving as the production and sports director for KELA-AM and KMNT-FM. In this role, I call sports play-by-play, host live events, as well as write, produce, and voice the advertising for our stations.

While a majority of my play-by-play experience has come in football, baseball/softball, basketball, hockey and lacrosse, I also have a deep knowledge of golf, tennis, auto racing, and others. To me, sports have always been about the drama of unscripted athletic competition. No matter the playing field or participants, this element is always the driving force.

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