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My Story 

 I have gathered news from New Orleans to New York City. After almost a decade as a reporter and anchor at WCBD-TV in Charleston, SC, I joined the award-winning storytellers at WBFF-TV Fox 45 in Baltimore, MD.


Since 2000, my career has found me in the newsrooms of KALB-TV in my hometown on Alexandria, LA, WGNO in New Orleans and MTV News in New York City.


I am a storyteller at heart and newshound by nature. As an Emmy nominated and Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist, I look for the person at the heart of every single story.



I have several Associated Press awards including "Story of the Year," but my award-winning coverage of the destruction of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the deaths of 9 firefighters in a massive commercial fire in Charleston have shaped the way I handle news and life in general. I feel there is a personal responsibility that comes with telling stories during the best and worst moments of a person's life.


While every interview is important, I will always remember my stories with President Bill Clinton, Sen. Ted Kennedy, Tom Brokaw and Pastor Joel Osteen.


Personally, I like to think of myself as a "junior foodie" who is always looking for great restaurants and unique local dishes. Travel has become my new passion and look forward to seeing all the world has to offer.  Professional football keeps me busy on Sundays and you'll find me cheering on the Saints no matter where my career finds me. 

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