Brad was born and raised in Springdale, Arkansas. An All-State trumpet player at Shiloh Christian High School, he studied music at Arkansas Tech University for 2 years before coming back home and finding his true passion for broadcast journalism at the University of Arkansas. He took a job at KNWA-TV in 2006 as a camera operator, started reporting in 2008, and one year later accepted his current role of Fox 24 news anchor.
From the Ice Storm of 2009, to the recent Bobby Petrino scandal at the U of A, Brad has covered some of the biggest stories in NW Arkansas. He has also interviewed numerous public figures, from Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator John McCain to reigning American Idol Scotty McCreery.
Brad loves living and working in NW Arkansas. He spends his free time volunteering for non-profit organizations including the Susan G. Komen Ozark affiliate, the Salvation Army, the American Cancer Society, and the Alzheimer's Association. Brad also loves spending time with his family, and on a nice day there is a good chance you'll catch him on the golf course!