When I graduated from UNT’s Radio, Televsion, and Film program I vowed I never wanted to work in TV or radio. After working for a recording studio (aka a non-profit), music libraries, the Dallas Stars, Microsoft, and producing content at the forefront of online education for CreativeLive…here I am….in TV!

My hat is quite tasty.


Recent Articles
  • More than 80 beachgoers form human chain to rescue family trapped in riptide

    PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. — An Alabama woman and her husband started a human chain and helped rescue an entire family of nine caught in a riptide off the coast of Florida. Jessica Simmons and her husband, Derek, were standing on a pier off the coast of Panama City Beach Saturday afternoon, WSFA reports.  That’s when they heard a commotion and saw people pointing at two boys who had become caught in a riptide. Noticing what was happening, the boys’ […]

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  • Workplace bullying is on the rise, and even witnessing it can affect you

    DENTON, TX — Schools aren’t the only places bullies torment the bullied. Bullying also takes place in the workplace, and according research, it’s on the rise. One study found that 35% of people report being victims of workplace bullying, with 62% of the bullies being men. But those victims aren’t the only ones who experience the effects of office-related bullying. One researcher at the University of North Texas is looking at how even just witnessing someone being bullied in the […]

  • UT Dallas study finds link between cancer and the cookie you just stuffed in your mouth

    DALLAS – Sugar is a staple in the modern American diet. You’ve got the obvious, decadent sources like double-stuffed Oreos or gallons of Blue Bell eaten in a single Netflix binge. There’s also the way in which sugar sneaks itself into the overly refined foods we all eat on a daily basis. We’re looking at you, white bread. It turns out, some types of cancer also have a sweet tooth. Scientists at UTD have found one cancer in particular, squamous cell […]

  • HomeBless Life: Watch extended footage of how Pops was treated after his makeover

    DALLAS – The homeless aren’t just invisible when they’re tucked away under bridges or in tent villages. Often, they can be invisible right in front of our eyes. For ways to help Pops and to connect with HomeBless Life, click here. As a part of our series with HomeBless Life, we documented the work of Laterras R. Whitfield and his mission to bless the homeless. We got a first hand look at how people treated Pops before and after his […]

  • Dallas Homelessness in 360 Degrees

    DALLAS, TX — Like many larger cities, Dallas has a homelessness problem. According to a 2017 study by Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, the homeless population in Dallas is over 3,700. Many either choose to or have no other option than to make their homes under overpasses and in tents throughout the city. As apart of our series with HomeBless Life, we captured a 360 degree experience of one of the homeless camps. Want to help? Visit HomeBlessLife.com to get involved or […]

  • Mike Huckabee tweets his Cinco de Mayo plans: salsa and Speedy Gonzales

    Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has laid out his extensive plans for celebrating Cinco de Mayo on Twitter: For Cinco de Mayo I will drink an entire jar of hot salsa and watch old Speedy Gonzales cartoons and speak Spanish all day. Happy CdMayo! — Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) May 5, 2017 Not exactly diving deep into rich, cultural traditions with that one. Of course, Huckabee probably isn’t the only one celebrating the day with salsa, margaritas, or in some […]

  • Gettin’ sciencey in DFW: science-based things to do in Dallas / Fort Worth

    It doesn’t matter if you’re 8-years-old or 68-years-old, you could use some more science literacy in your life. Thankfully, Dallas / Fort Worth has plenty of options to prevent yourself from being one of those poor souls on Twitter that suddenly has the revelation that the earth is flat. Here are a few places in Dallas / Fort Worth for adults and kids alike to get up close and personal with science. River Legacy Living Science Center Join us Saturday at […]

  • The Walking Dead’s Khary Payton on going from theater at SMU to King Ezekiel

    DALLAS — This past Sunday, the Dallas Convention Center was packed with hordes of zombie-superhero-fantasy-SciFi-loving fans for the annual FanExpo Dallas, the “comicon” of Dallas, of sorts. Fans came out to meet the actresses, actors, artist, and content creators of their favorite shows, games, comics and more. The big draw of the show, however, were members of everyone’s favorite rotting TV series, The Walking Dead. Actors Norman Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and the king himself, Khary Payton attended the show. […]

  • TX bill would make it illegal to chain a dog and leave unattended

    AUSTIN — A Texas lawmaker is trying to put the clampdown on cruel methods of restraining dogs. State Rep. Sarah Davis has introduced a bill that would penalize dog owners who chain up their dogs without specific accommodations. HB 1156 would make it a misdemeanor to leave a dog restrained by ” chain, rope, tether, leash, cable, or other device that attaches a dog to a stationary object or trolley system” without access to adequate shelter and potable water. The bill also puts restrictions […]