It’s football time in Tennessee!
As a native of the arctic northern state of Wisconsin, I’ve never been able to grasp the love that Southerners have for football. Since moving here I now see how seriously people take this sport.
How seriously? We’re talking fireworks, tailgating, Continue reading
Wildfires, football, a solar eclipse, Channing Tatum and a Confederate monument protest.
What didn’t happen in August?
Week after week, day after day, literally hour to hour in the end, everything I heard about was the “Great American Eclipse” for nearly two months.
I was sent to Sweetwater, Tennessee, to cover their solar eclipse Continue reading
July felt like a realllllly slowwww month.
However, in retrospect I actually did quite a bit. To start, I produced two feature videos and a 360 video along with photos for a project we did on the Kingston Continue reading
Summer is in full swing here in East Tennessee.
If I’ve learned anything about the culture in Knoxville, it’s that Knoxvillians love a good festival. Street parades, beer fests, hot wing eating contests – theres always an excuse to party in this town. Continue reading
My first Bonnaroo experience can be summed up in three words: So. Much. Fun.
Well before my departure to cover the four-day music festival with the USA Today Network, my editors and co-workers gave me an overwhelming amount of tips, advice and horror stories about their past Bonnaroo experiences. “What am I in for? Am I going to survive this?” Continue reading
May was an intense month.
It started off with a brushfire outside of Gatlinburg that threatened to grow exponentially with the high winds Continue reading