Senior Digital Content Producer
What do you do when you love history and writing? You become a journalist – where you write history as it happens.
My addiction to journalism began in high school in Arlington, Texas where I grew up. I was Editor-in-Chief of my school's newspaper.
After high school, I attended the University of North Texas, first majoring in Journalism, then switching over to Radio, TV and Film. I was actively involved with UNT's North Texas Television where I produced, edited and directed daily newscasts. I executive produced and edited a Spanish-language magazine show titled "Ardillando!" which was nominated for a Lonestar Emmy. I also field produced for ntTV's Eagle Election Night in 2008, which won an Emmy.
During college, I interned at KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas. I began working there after college graduation in 2009. I produced and edited the evening and weekend newscasts.
In April of 2010, I received the amazing opportunity to move to Austin to be the Daybreak and Midday Associate Producer here at KVUE. I soon earned the title of Weekend Daybreak Producer. My newscasts aired every Saturday and Sunday morning.
In August of 2011, I jumped at the chance to try digital journalism and work with KVUE.com’s amazing web staff. I now write stories for KVUE.com and write the blog "Have You Seen" in our Entertainment section.
When not at work, I’m usually making new friends, exploring Austin or watching b-rated horror films on repeat.
If you have a story idea, question or just want to say hello, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org!