I am a high school tech-prep multimedia instructor, former college instructor, and award-winning broadcast professional. I began my teaching career in 2006 after ten years at WJET-TV in Erie, PA, where I started as a sports intern and eventually became sports director. I held other positions at WJET including news photographer and news reporter. I am a four-time Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Award winner, earning honors for week-long coverage of Super Bowl XL in Detroit, and for a half-hour special covering the PGA Nationwide Tour Lake Erie Classic. I teamed up with my wife, Karla Mullenax, to win PABs for a pair of documentaries: one on minor league baseball in Pennsylvania: "Take Me Out to the Ballgame: A Nine Inning Tour of Pennsylvania," and another, "Is My TV Going Away?", a documentary on the transition to digital television. The WQLN productions aired on PBS affiliates throughout Pennsylvania.
I continue to freelance as a sports reporter for various media outlets covering high school, college and professional sports. I have also worked with Fox Sports Pittsburgh as a sideline reporter and with the IMAGE Sports Network doing color commentary and play-by-play. I have produced and edited college marketing videos, college recruiting videos for high school athletes, individual tribute videos, promotional videos for inventors, restaurants, and law enforcement.