When I was growing up I really wanted to be a professional radio disc jockey…
and then I was one, and then I wasn’t anymore, then I was again, and then I wasn’t, and then… oh, well you get it anyway. Now I’m back in San Francisco running my mouth and playing whatever I want at BFF.FM. Oh the world of radio, you are just as crazy as you are addictive. This wild ride I call my career began in 2000 at a conservative talk station, I hated every minute of it…but fell in love with the art of radio.
I went to Green River Community College for broadcasting, I held down Nights/Music Director
duties for KGRG and somehow got the highly coveted Broadcaster of the Year award. I spent two years as an intern at 107.7 The End in Seattle. When my internship was over, I landed my first paying radio gig at the short-lived K-Rock Seattle as the Programming/Production/Imaging Assitant and PM drive producer. The station flipped to Jack FM, where I kept my position as Programming Assistant. Out of nowhere I get a phone call from Spud at LIVE105 offering me a weekend gig, and I jumped at the opportunity. After a couple years of doing nights and weekends, I left for Channel 92.3/KSJO in San Jose to do PM Drive/Dir. of Social Media. Then, KSJO got sold and flipped formats, so I went back to LIVE105 to do Middays. I got laid off, but quickly landed at Click 98.9 in Seattle doing PM Drive. I missed the Bay Area so much, I started picking up weekend shifts at LIVE105. I left all of that to focus on my day job, the Social Media Manager for a tech company. In my free time I host a synth-pop radio show Tuesdays at Noon on BFF.FM.