For as long as I can remember, I was "shooting" for a career in television. In elementary school, I discovered how much I enjoyed being in front of the camera. I would give my friends quick camera tutorials, so they could catch me in action. I started to create pretend news reports and variety shows.
Growing up on Long Island afforded me the luxury of being a car ride away from the city. And since my mother’s roots are in Brooklyn, there has always been access to endless, enriching experiences for me to hone my skills in the arts. I spent most of my school vacations involved in movie and modeling shoots as well as photography and reporting projects from locations including historical sites, concerts, cultural parades, and more!
When I am not reporting, I enjoy painting ceramics, creating vegetarian meals, juicing, caring for foster kittens, and most of all mentoring young people who are finding their niche.
I graduated from Five Towns College where I studied Mass Communications and Broadcasting. I loved anchoring our newscasts, sideline reporting our sports games, and co-hosting my morning radio show, Manic Monday.