I started in broadcasting at the age of 15 as the extra-curricular activities correspondent for Seneca High School on WJDK and was hired the next year as a staff announcer and producer/engineer until my graduation from I.V.C.C. in the summer of 2002. Then I worked for WGEZ radio in Beloit, Wisconsin, from 2002 until the station was sold in 2004.

Then at WIBA-WTSO in Madison Wisconsin, I worked as a producer/engineer for several talk shows and sporting events including the Wisconsin Badgers Radio Network. I returned to WCSJ and WJDK in the spring of 2007 as a staff announcer/producer engineer, and was named the producer of The Fishing Line and Outdoor Show. Additionally, I served as the interim news director for the Morris radio stations the summer of 2007. In the fall I was named the new host of the Saturday Morning Oldies Show on WSPY-FM and enjoy helping the Fox Valley get their weekends off on the right foot.

A native of this area some of my favorite memories as a kid where going to the Sandwich Fair and Grundy County Speedway with my Mom and Dad. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family, going fishing and hiking. I am a huge auto racing fan and an avid collector of Japanese manga (comic books) and animated television shows from Japan, and basically just being a computer geek.