I am a reporter who graduated from the University of Richmond and went to work immediately in one of the most unique, beautiful, interesting, and secluded cities in the world: Ketchikan, Alaska. For a guy who grew up in Southwest Florida, it was quite a transition. Here at the Daily News I am in charge of reporting on all levels of government — from the School Board to the state Legislature. In addition, I have covered — and uncovered — a few high-profile crimes around Southeast Alaska.

Alaska has been an incredible adventure, but I am looking to transition to a new role in the “Lower 48.” As a journalist, I am most interested in covering government, politics, and policy, but also have a keen interest in all forms of investigative reporting.