I’ve always been interested in news. Growing up I listened to news radio while in the car with my father and would sit by myself to listen or read the news whenever I got the chance. I always loved writing and knew I wanted to be a reporter at an early age.
I graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. I worked at both the Rutgers’s newspaper the Targum and the school radio station WRSU.
After graduating in 1997 I went to work as a reporter at a newspaper for a short time. I found that my true passion was in radio. In 1997 I started working at WATD only to leave after a few years to start my own business.
In 2014, I came back to WATD to continue my radio news career. I have realized how much I truly love my job as a journalist and my passion for radio news has never been stronger.
When I’m not chasing a story I’m home in Duxbury with my wife Stephanie and my four children.