Originally from Virginia, I spent the last three years as a reporter and weekend morning anchor at WVIR-TV, the NBC affiliate in Charlottesville, Virginia, which is also where I grew up. I graduated from American University in Washington, D.C. in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and political science. During my time at American, I also interned with the Washington Bureau for Cox Media Group, the parent company of WHIO-TV. When I’m not “on the job,” you’ll probably find me trying out a restaurant in town, or cheering on one of my beloved New England sports teams -- the Red Sox and Patriots. I’m looking forward to telling stories that matter to you. Please feel free to connect with me on Facebook, or Twitter, or shoot me an email, if you ever hear about something I should look into. Q&A Where were you born? Fairfax County, Virginia Where did you grow up? Charlottesville, Virginia What is your favorite TV show? Suits What was the first thing you ever wanted to be? A news reporter! How might someone have described you in high school? “The guy on the newspaper staff” What was your first job? Lifeguard What was your first job in television? Reporter and weekend morning anchor at WVIR-TV in Charlottesville, VA What do you like about your job? Getting to do something different every day What do you not like about your job? The deadlines can be tight! What might people be surprised to know about you? I competed on the swim team all four years in college What advice would you have for someone wanting to go into the business? Intern, and not just at places that “look good” on your resume. Pick a place where you’ll get to learn ‘hands-on.’ If you could only keep one 5-minute tape from your career what would be on it? My live shots from the middle of the huge January 2016 snowstorm we got in Virginia. My photographer and I had a lot of fun with our live updates…even though we were freezing. Favorites Favorite book: The Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell Favorite CBS show: The NFL on CBS Favorite food: BBQ – any style! Favorite hobby: Rooting for the Red Sox & Patriots Favorite music: Country (much to the chagrin of my family) Favorite travel destination: Camden, Maine
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Thousands attend AlterFest Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, on the grounds of Alter High School in Kettering. Labor Day is the final day of the weekend-long festival.
A group of people gathered Saturday afternoon, Aug. 19, 2017, outside the Centerville Municipal Building to protest against a couple former Centerville residents who allegedly participated in the Charlottesville rally.
Amy Panzeca, 48, a fifth-grade teacher at Springboro Community Schools, pleads not guilty to drug-related charges Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, in a Warren County courtroom.
The Wright State University Raiders took to the field for an intrasquad scrimmage Saturday evening, Aug. 12, 2017, after a seven-hour bus ride back from Charlottesville, Virginia. The exhibition match between WSU and the University of Virginia was canceled amid violence in the city.
A 1-year-old girl was found not breathing early Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017, at this house in the 100 block of South Torrence Street in Dayton and was rushed to Dayton Children's Hospital.
A bullet struck an RTA bus Sunday evening, July 16, 2017, in Dayton. The round shattered a window.
Rozzi's Famous Fireworks capped off the Star Spangled Heights celebration Saturday, July 1, 2017, that started with a parade and included a car show, food truck rally, games, inflatables and live music at Thomas A. Cloud Park in Huber Heights.
A former Ohio High School Athletic Association supervisor for Henry Lucas described him as a “blue chip official.” Kevin Forrer, who heads the Greater Western Ohio Conference, spoke Wednesday in reaction to the charges against Lucas, 52, who is accused of a sex crime in March involving a juvenile in Troy. "He's...
Storm damage in Centerville.