Highlights of my 400 show portfolio with 'The U' including makeovers!
Showcasing a full-spectrum of winter fashion tips!
Building momentum for the fashion show and big reveal!
Featuring the hottest trends in prom fashion!
Revealing figure flattering fashion ideas!
Fancy style ideas for freezing temps!
In addition to serving others through ministry, I also love to do so through television and fashion! Exciting, vibrant, and meaningful, every show leaves a unique imprint on our hearts. Thus far, I have produced, hosted, and edited collectively over 400 fashion-related shows for local, national, and international platforms.
When I was fourteen years old I decided to give up television for lent. About two weeks later I turned on my television and saw a teen forum show. The teens were diverse, intelligent, and vocal. The set was colorful; I remember hues of lime green and pastel red, as well as a large cream studio desk where they sat. That day I knew I would pursue and have a successful career in television where I would use my voice to serve others.
Fast forward eight years to when I met the Executive Vice President of Weigel Broadcasting, Neal Sabin. He was the guest speaker of one of my graduate school classes with instructor Mary Filice at Columbia College Chicago. Weigel Broadcasting is likely the same company that produced the aforementioned teen form show. The company owns and operates the CBS affiliate station in my hometown Milwaukee, WI. He and the Weigel Broadcasting team, including Sean Long, Molly Kelly, Erika Denise, and Erica Thompson, provided my first open door into television, and God orchestrated it all! Plus, my news director Patrick Baldwin, and videographer Chris Brown provided excellent feedback to help me grow in my craft. This is one testimony of how God blesses us when we love and sacrifice for Him.
Welcome inside of some of my favorite moments!
"Whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things," -Philippians 4:8.
Disclaimer: Religious views expressed are my own and not indicative of those mentioned or pictured herein.