I am originally from Dallas, Texas, and am a morning anchor at 10 News, with more than 12 years of TV and radio experience.
From ESPN Radio, FOX Sports, creating and producing a travel show with my wife and four daughters, hosting, reporting and anchoring, I've been blessed to be involved with a lot of unique and very cool opportunities that span a broadcast career of 15 years.
Along the way, I've been honored to receive several awards (Emmy, AP). However, the greatest reward for me is being able to contribute to local charities. Having had six family members die of Cancer, my heart is close to working with organizations such as the American Cancer Society and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. My wife and I also enjoy volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House.
I'm a proud graduate of the University of Texas in Arlington with a BA in Broadcast Communication, an author of three books and when I'm not spending every waking moment with my family, I like to attend sporting events, watch movies, eat at fabulous local restaurants, attend church and travel around whatever state I'm in looking for family friendly vacation spots.
I love living in the Bay area, because there's so much to do with family. I also love the fact that it seems as if a lot of people are not from the Bay area, but moved down here for the same reasons why I did.