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Ever since I can remember, I have always loved sports for the competition and the pure art that comes with each sport. Sports journalism is a great way to showcase just how amazing and influential athletes are and the impact they bring to a country or city, and I want to contribute, explore, and invest myself in that world. When began my journey four years ago to attend Arizona State University I knew that The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications would be ideal for me and my unbiased passion for sports. 


I was born in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and moved to Gilbert, Arizona at the age of three. I played many sports during my childhood and teenage years, but basketball left a huge imprint on me. In my free time I enjoy golfing, exercising, playing basketball, and cooking delicious home-cooked meals as well. I am open to trying new things and I always want to take advantage of opportunities that come my way and by living like this, I believe you can only gain more knowledge and more experience for the future.


The past few years I have had the opportunity to beat-report for Casteel High School and Arizona State University while also shooting, interviewing, and editing sports packages for school projects and the sports bureau at Cronkite PBS News.


I edit my footage on Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Lightroom.

I can use any model of a Canon and Sony broadcast camera for videography and I am efficient in using any Canon DSLR/Mirrorless for still photography.

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