About Me



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Feb. 2018 – Present: Associate Producer, KET, Kentucky

Nov. 2015 – Jan. 2018: Graphics and Research Production Assistant, PBS NewsHour, Arlington, VA

  • Photographer for editorial articles, such as: For three brothers, ‘Texas pride’ means buying a 5-ton truck on Craigslist and helping fellow Texans     (http://to.pbs.org/2wrFJcl)
  • More than 27,000 Facebook shares; 2,500 Facebook reactions
  • More than 7,400 Youtube views
  • Videographer for green screen and field shoots, such as: Animals get weird during an eclipse and other things you should know      (http://bit.ly/2hoGv6L)
  • More than 26,200 Youtube views
  • Produce original content for publication on various online platforms, including this article I wrote: 12 stunning snowflake photos you won’t believe were taken by an amateur photographer     (http://to.pbs.org/1NTrhdT)
  • 30,245 Facebook shares
  • Produce graphics and photos for the Instagram since Dec. 2015; during that time, followers have grown from 31.1k to 81.3k
  • Started creating content for the online team in 2016; that year, online users grew 18% to more than 43 million users
  • Photographer and production assistant at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, which reached 29.7 million total viewers
  • Conduct research & present to senior producers daily; this research inspired an article in the New Yorker (http://bit.ly/2weAN9U)

May – Aug. 2015: Creative Services, Home Category Intern, Scripps Network Interactive (HGTV, DIY, Great American Country)

Jan. – Dec. 2014: Multimedia Producer/Photographer, WKU Public Media

Sept. – Dec. 2013: Picture Editing/Multimedia Intern, NPR

June – Aug. 2013: Photo Intern at the San Antonio Express-News

Aug. – Dec. 2012: Photo Intern at the Jackson Citizen Patriot and MLive.com









Education: Western Kentucky University Graduate, Cum Laude, Honors College, December 2014; Dean’s list (all semesters), Award of Excellence Scholar.

Fun facts: I am passionate about cooking and I love trying new recipes. I enjoy reading nonfiction (Malcom Gladwell) and satirical fiction (Aldous Huxley), as well as almost any other book put in front of me. I volunteer as a mentor at the Arlington County Jail.