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
  • 16-year-old boy dead following shooting near 55th and Casper; 18-year-old man hospitalized

    MILWAUKEE — A 16-year-old is dead and an 18-year-old man is injured following a double shooting near 55th and Casper Saturday night, Sept. 14. The two victims were passengers in a car when shots were fired inside the vehicle and the two individuals were struck. The driver of the vehicle drove to a nearby hospital following the shooting. One victim, a 16-year-old boy, suffered a fatal gunshot wound and was deceased upon arrival at the hospital. The second victim, an […]

  • ‘Cops and Bobbers’ event connects kids and police through fishing

    CEDARBURG — Police officers are trained to know when something is a little fishy and there was definitely something fishy at the second annual “Cops and Bobbers” event in Cedarburg on Saturday, Sept. 14. About 30 kids joined Cedarburg police officers at Cedar Creek Park as they traded in their squads for rods. Police coupled with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to teach kids about fishing skills, parts of the pole and how to cast. PHOTO GALLERY The organizer […]

  • Milwaukee’s Custer Playfield gets a makeover

    MILWAUKEE — Custer Playfield received a big makeover and on Saturday, Sept. 14 a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the new space. Dozens were out at the park near 49th and Custer for the event, including members of the Milwaukee Fire Department. Families spent the day on the new basketball courts, play structures and walking path. PHOTO GALLERY Custer is the second playfield to reopen following renovations. Milwaukee Recreation and Milwaukee Public Schools began work to remodel and […]

  • Memorial service held for parents of late Wisconsin astronaut who died in crash

    RACINE — A memorial service was held Saturday, Sept. 14 for the parents of late Wisconsin astronaut who died in an Arizona car crash. Dr. Richard Brown and his wife, Marge, were killed near Tucsan in August. Marge is the mother and Richard the stepfather of Laurel Clark. Clark died int he space shuttle Columbia Disaster in 2003. She was a Racine native who went to Horlick High School. Friends and family gathered at Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church for […]

  • Police: Drunk driver crashes into pole, catches fire near 27th and Edgerton

    MILWAUKEE — A driver was arrested for OWI after crashing into a light pole near South 27th and Edgerton Avenue on Friday night, Sept. 13. Milwaukee police were called to the scene around 9:45 p.m. The vehicle started on fire after crashing and was captured on traffic cameras. Officials say the driver was arrested for OWI and taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

  • 30-year-old man accused of stealing, intentionally damaging trailer from Racine drum and bugle corps

    RACINE COUNTY — A 30-year-old Racine man is accused of stealing a trailer from the Racine Explorer Scout Drum & Bugle Corps, and then intentionally damaging it. Officials say the 1994 trailer, which is white in color with a faded Frito Lay graphic on the outside, was valued at $2,500. Inside was stainless steel kitchen appliances owned by the corps valued at $3,200. The trailer was reported missing by the competitive drum and bugle corps on Aug. 8. A Facebook […]

  • Friday the 13th harvest moon shines bright in southeast Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE — Southeast Wisconsin was treated with clear skies Friday night, Sept. 13 and gave folks a chance to see the harvest moon. What’s a harvest moon? A harvest moon is a full moon that usually occurs around the autumnal equinox (September 23, the first day of fall!) but sometimes laze into October in the Western Hemisphere. A harvest moon rises about 25 minutes after the sun sets in most of the northern US, NASA said, 25 minutes earlier than a […]

  • Lakefront Brewery unveils ‘Kegnado,’ art installation made with light-up kegs

    MILWAUKEE — Lakefront Brewery turned old kegs into a true work of art. The “Kegnado” was unveiled Thursday evening, Sept. 12. The project is made of 71 stainless steel beer kegs forming what looks like a tornado on a corner of the building along the Riverwalk. It goes about 40-feet up and each keg has been outfitted with programmable LED lights. As it got dark on Thursday, the lights were turned on a rainbow of color washed over the side […]

  • Sneak peek into ‘China Lights: The Treasures of China’

    HALES CORNERS — China Lights has returned to southeast Wisconsin for another year. Boerner Botanical Gardens will glow with China Lights: The Treasures of China from Sept. 13 through Oct. 20. Thursday, FOX6 News got a sneak peek of the popular event. The show features 40 larger-than-life sculptural lantern displays that illuminate the nine-acre gardens. New pieces to check out this year: Great Wall of China, Qing dynasty warriors, and Temple of Heaven. PHOTO GALLERY Returning light displays is the […]

  • 1st human case of West Nile Virus confirmed in northeastern Wisconsin

    WISCONSIN — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced Wednesday, Sept. 11 this year’s first human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a northeastern resident. DHS said in a news release, West Nile virus is spread to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito and is not spread person to person. Mosquitoes get the virus by feeding on infected birds. According to DHS, the majority of human WNV cases occur during the months of August and September. […]

  • BelAir owners to open new restaurant in Shorewood called ‘HIYA Taco’ 🌮

    SHOREWOOD — BelAir Cantina lovers will soon be able to indulge in their Mexican-fusion foods at a new spot in Shorewood called “HIYA Taco.” The restaurant announced Wednesday, Sept. 11 HIYA Taco will open at 4144 N. Oakland Avenue in Shorewood in early 2020. According to a news release, the restaurant will offer traditional, breakfast and novel non-traditional taco offerings from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. on weekdays and from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. on weekends. In addition to […]

  • Police search for vandal responsible for ‘clown’ graffiti found throughout West Allis

    WEST ALLIS — Someone vandalized buildings throughout the City of West Allis with the word “clown” and police are now looking to track down the person(s) responsible. Officials shared photos on Wednesday, Sept. 11 of the graffiti. In each incident, the word “clown” was written across walls, doors and an electrical box. PHOTO GALLERY Anyone with information about the person or people responsible for the graffiti, you’re asked to contact the West Allis Police Department at 414-302-8094 or remain anonymous […]

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