Where do I begin? It all started back in 1991, when my writing was first published in a book… an actual book! It was a pretty big deal for me back then, considering I was only nine years old. Since then, my writing has taken me around the country; from coast to coast.

I started my career in local television in 2003, serving as Host and Producer for Union TV34. There, I learned to not only write for TV, but also shoot and edit my own stories.

In 2004, I accepted a position as Host of “Comcast Newsmakers” and “Comcast on the Red Carpet”. Both programs were produced by CN8 The Comcast Network (Philadelphia) and aired on CNN Headline News (HLN).

In 2007, I was appointed Director of Operations for Westfield TV36, where I was responsible for overseeing all technical and creative responsibilities.

In 2009, I took the girl out of Jersey.. accepting a position at WATE 6 NEWS (ABC) in Knoxville, TN. There, I served as Anchor/Reporter on morning, afternoon and evening broadcasts. I was proud to receive several awards for reports focused on the military. At the risk of helmet hair, I even threw on a uniform and bullet proof vest to train with the 278th, documenting their preparations for deployment to Iraq. From high risk to high profile, I also handled the station’s celebrity red carpet segments, including the CMA’s in Nashville.

In 2011, my writing launched me from coast to coast, when I accepted an Anchor/Reporter position with KOMO 4 News (ABC) in Seattle. While at KOMO, I met my husband, (he’s a Director), and we married in September of 2013.

It’s still up in the air who asked who…

I’ve made a home here in Seattle with my husband, his three awesome kids (ages 5/8/11) and my furbaby, Mikey. Now, here I am at Q13 FOX News!

Let me tell ya, it took a lot to get the girl out of Jersey… and much more to get her to stay and call Seattle home. I’m so happy to share this community with you and I look forward to sharing its stories.. YOUR stories.. right here on Q13.

Recent Articles
  • Local father-son comedy duo transcends barrier of age, brings laughter to seniors

    SEATTLE  —  It’s been said, laughter is timeless, imagination has no age and dreams are forever. “The best part is just seeing them laugh and making them smile that’s the best part,” said Max Pelzeo… The 14 year old is living out his dream one show at a time. “The hard part for comedy is writing new jokes, that’s the hard part, the easy part is practicing and the shows are the best part about it,” said Max. “His opportunities […]

  • Man gets life in prison in high-profile cold case murder of Canadian couple

    It’s a cold case that has spanned more than three decades, and now prosecutors and law enforcement officials are calling it a landmark.

  • Seattle City Council approves sweetened beverage tax restrictions, Durkan plans to veto

    The Seattle City Council voted to approve restrictions on the sweetened beverage tax.  That’s after city councilmembers and community organizers say they want to make sure the money is being used for the original intended purpose.  

  • 2 teens arrested for North Seattle murder last month

    SEATTLE  —  Detectives arrested two people in connection with the June 19th murder of a man in North Seattle.  Investigators served two arrest warrants this morning and took an 18-year-old and 19-year-old man into custody. Back on June 19th Seattle police were called to the 8400 block of Aurora Avenue North.  It was just after midnight when police say multiple shots were fired across Aurora.  Officers got there and found a 59-year-old man sitting on a bench on the west side […]

  • The Showbox granted historical landmark status after unanimous vote

    SEATTLE — Fans of The Showbox in Downtown Seattle won a major victory Wednesday night in the battle to save the local icon. Seattle’s Landmark Preservation Board held a hearing, and all seven board members voted to designate The Showbox as a historical landmark. The future of the building was in limbo after a developer bought the building and announced plans to put an apartment building there instead, but residents came out in droves to save the music venue. “Over […]

  • Brother of murdered journalist, mother of Parkland shooting victim speak at King County gun violence summit

    SEATTLE  —  Tuesday marked the first of two nights focused on the prevention of gun violence in King County.  The King County Board of Health is hosting the summit. Those in attendance say this is about bringing people together to have a conversation; advocates, policymakers and just regular people from the community. The goal is to put a spotlight on regional efforts to prevent gun violence through a public health lens. Another goal of the summit is to talk about […]

  • Pierce County mom on a mission to feed hungry kids

    A woman in Pierce County is on a mission to feed hungry kids. At first glance, it might seem like nothing more than lunch. But look closer and you’ll see the heart of the matter.

  • Washington state finds schools unsuited for earthquakes

    Most of the 222 school buildings that officials examined across Washington state would be unsafe to occupy after powerful earthquakes.

  • New Mary’s Place shelter focusing on ‘diversion’ assistance

    A new shelter for families facing homelessness is hoping that a short-term stay can mean some real long-term stability for families in our region.  

  • ‘Reunification Day’ for Pierce Co. families disrupted by addiction, domestic violence

    Dozens of families celebrated Reunification Day at a park in Tacoma. This is a party for families who were previously torn apart by addiction, domestic violence or possibly mental health issues.

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