My quest for a radio career started way back in 2001. I used to "broadcast" from our study out to our family room, making fake adverts, traffic and news bulletins.
This interest led me to attend John Curtin College of the Arts in Fremantle for high school, as a specialist media student. During my time at high school, I completed work experience at Perths' 92.9 and Mix 94.5 and absolutely loved it.
After a discussion with a few friends who suggested I pursue my dream, I completed a night-course with Murdoch University and Radio Fremantle in order to obtain a Community Broadcasting Certificate, so I could become an announcer on Radio Fremantle.
Upon completion of the course and submission of a demo, I was offered the 4-5pm drive slot on Friday afternoons where I have prepared and presented a weekly show since August 2012 and assisted the station by filling in when other presenters are away. For 3 years, we syndicated to SYN Nation, a youth community in Melbourne. In late 2016, we were offered the 3pm hour and we commenced simulcasting to Pulse FM in Tasmania.
In August 2015, I was offered a position at Nova 937 where I work as a panel operator.
Since starting in radio, I have prepared and produced more than 300 shows and netted more than 900 hours panelling and presenting.