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I joined the FOX6 News team as a digital producer in August 2014.

Born and raised in Wausau, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in communications with a double emphasis in public relations and electronic media from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2012. “Go Pack Go!”

Before coming to Milwaukee, I worked my way from a production assistant to audio operator at WFRV-TV Channel 5, to video editor and writer at FOX11-WLUK in Green Bay.

My job duties at FOX6 News include producing and posting interactive content to FOX6Now.com and running our social media pages including Facebook and Twitter.

In my spare time, you can catch me riding my bicycle, attending local music shows, crafting, or perhaps devouring a giant pretzel at one of Milwaukee’s awesome beer gardens!

I am very passionate about my job and am truly proud to be the person who brings you your news via FOX6Now.com.


Recent Articles
  • Packers legend Donald Driver helps repair homes in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Green Bay Packers legend Donald Driver made a visit to Milwaukee on Saturday, June 16 to help beautify the city. Driver teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and Northwestern Mutual for a day-long event called “Rock the Block.” It all took place in the Amani Neighborhood near 22nd and Wright. PHOTO GALLERY The former wide receiver joined volunteers in landscaping, painting and making home exterior repairs. “We’ve been able to partner together to be able to change the […]

  • Watch the route: Funeral procession for fallen Milwaukee Police Officer Charles Irvine Jr.

    MILWAUKEE — Hundreds of officers took part in the funeral procession for fallen Milwaukee Police Officer Charles Irvine Jr. on Saturday, June 16. Irvine was killed during a police pursuit on Thursday, June 7. His partner was also injured. PHOTO GALLERY Irvine’s memorial service took place at Elmbrook Church in Brookfield, followed by a large procession to Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee. Watch the route below: Stream of Irvine procession passing by Milwaukee Police District 4 station Stream of Irvine procession […]

  • Kwik Trip’s Del Monte veggie tray recalled as illnesses worsen

    MILWAUKEE — Del Monte Fresh has recalled vegetable trays sold at Kwik Trip, after learning they are likely tied to an outbreak of of infections caused by Cyclospora. The number of people getting sick because of the tainted veggie tray is on the rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the infection usually is not life threatening. Symptoms may include the following: watery diarrhea (most common), loss of appetite, weight loss, cramping, bloating, increased gas, nausea, fatigue. Other symptoms that […]

  • Dress like a cow, get a free entree from Chick-Fil-A on July 10

    MILWAUKEE — Celebrate Cow Appreciation Day with FREE chicken at Chick-Fil-A. The catch? You’ll have to dress up like a cow. According to the restaurant’s website, if you go to your local Chick-Fil-A wearing anything cow-like on Tuesday, July 10, through 7 p.m., you’ll score a free entree! Buy a costume or create your own. Any sort of cow apparel will do. This is the 14th year for the Cow Appreciation Day event.

  • ‘Horrifying to watch:’ Fox River helicopter crash kills 1 in Oshkosh

    OSHKOSH — One person is dead after a helicopter hit power lines and crashed into the Fox River in Oshkosh Saturday afternoon, June 9. It took hours to recover the body because crews couldn’t immediately get in the water. “It was horrifying to watch,” said Brody Snood, witness. It’s not the kind of afternoon Brody Snood ever expected; as he stood watching boats pass on the water, his focus quickly turned to the sky. “I just heard a really big […]

  • Tyson recalls 3,000 lbs of breaded chicken due to plastic contamination

    MILWAUKEE — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Tyson Foods is recalling approximately 3,120 pounds of frozen breaded chicken products that may contain pieces of plastic. The recalled products came in a 12 lb. box containing 3 lb. plastic bags of “uncooked, original chicken tenderloins,” with a lot code of 1378NLR02. The products have the number “P-746” on the package. The recall is limited to foodservice customers, and affected products are not available for purchase in retail stores. The problem was discovered on Friday, June […]

  • What’s included? Take advantage of Wisconsin’s sales tax holiday

    MILWAUKEE — Back-to-school shoppers will have the opportunity to stock up on supplies that will be tax-free during Wisconsin’s sales tax holiday. According to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Wisconsin’s sales tax holiday is Wednesday, August 1 through Sunday, August 5. Non-taxable items include supplies (i.e. pencils, notebooks and book bags) for $75 or less per item; computers, laptops and printers for $750 and $250 or less — and clothing for $75 or less per item. CLICK HERE for a […]

  • Glendale K-9 Officer ‘Boomer’ enjoys donut on last day before retirement

    GLENDALE — A Glendale police K-9 is on his way to retirement after “a very successful” career. Friday, June 8 the department shared a farewell photo of K-9 Officer ‘Boomer’ on their Facebook page. “It has been a great career. Stay safe,” a sign reads in front of Boomer. Topping off his final day on the force, Boomer was treated to — you guessed it — a donut! What would the last day in a cop’s career be without a […]

  • Sheriff’s deputies save suicidal woman from freeway overpass

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County sheriff’s deputies were able to save a suicidal woman, after she called 911 indicating she was on a bridge and was going to end her life. It happened Thursday, June 7 around 3:45 p.m. Officials responded to an area on I-41/US-45 near Wisconsin Avenue, and found the woman straddling the freeway overpass railing. As she began to bring both legs over the side, deputies were able to reach her and bring her to safety. The 21-year-old […]

  • China Lights returns for 3rd year with ‘Panda-mania’

    HALES CORNERS — One of the most popular events for the past two years is making a return. China Lights: Panda-mania will return September 21 through October 21, 2018. Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announced Friday, June 8 that Festival Pro LLC and Milwaukee County Parks have agreed to bring back the popular China Lights festival at the Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corners. Tri City National Bank will present this “amazing cultural experience,” and for the third year, Tianyu Arts & […]

  • PrideFest Milwaukee 2018 kicks off festival season June 7-10

    MILWAUKEE — PrideFest Milwaukee, the world’s largest LGBTQ celebration with permanent festival grounds, kicks off the summer festival season Thursday, June 7 and goes through Sunday, June 10. According to a news release from PrideFest, the event traces its heritage back to 1974, when 350 people attended the city’s first organized expression of pride at the Gay People’s Union Ball.  This year, PrideFest 2018 is expected to attract over 40,000 visitors over the four-day weekend, shattering attendance records for the seventh […]

  • Wisconsin State Fair announces 2018 job fair

    WEST ALLIS — The Wisconsin State Fair is hosting two job fairs to fill positions needed during the annual run of the fair from August 2-12, 2018. The first job fair will take place on Thursday, June 7 and the second on Tuesday, June 12. Positions that need to be filled are in facility services, public safety, admissions and transportation. Employees will be required to attend a paid orientation and be available to work all 11 days of the fair. Applicants […]