A Versatile Voice
I was taught to never say no to opportunity.
It’s why I have done everything from football sideline, to play-by-play, to studio work, to basketball analysis, to producing 8-minute features.
It’s why I started out at a station in Alpena, Michigan. Second-smallest television market in the country. Just above Glendive, Montana. Seriously.
In fact, I joke with people that on my drive to my first job interview in Alpena, I hit “scan” on the radio dial, and it went all the way through without stopping. Oh yeah, and I was on FM.
I spent nearly the next decade in Lansing, Michigan. I chased down a ton of high school human-interest stories and state titles, juggled that with the college sports scene from East Lansing to Ann Arbor, and I got my feet wet covering all of the Detroit pro sports teams at some point or another.
I am a freelancer now. I work primarily for BTN, FS1, and CBS Sports Network. I’m happy to say I was onboard for BTN’s first launching weekend back in 2007. I can remember my football producer saying to everyone on headset seconds before our broadcast began, “Have fun. We are all a part of history now.” That was cool. And even cooler to see how much bigger and better the Network has grown.
Where to now? Who knows …
That’s the fun part.
I invite you to hop on the ride with me.
Thanks for visiting …