While my position doesn’t call for storytelling per se, it's my job to promote the stories my clients tell. I’ve always loved the magic of television, as it can transport the viewer anywhere at any time. It can be cathartic—and at times enlightening, mood altering, uplifting and even educational. The stories that I tell helps to bring awareness—and eyeballs—to the projects Wrigley creates and to the creators behind those projects.
I enjoy different types of movies and television depending on my mood. At the theater, I enjoy seeing Marvel movies with my son, some mysteries, and silly, fun Judd Apatow films. Of course, the occasional rom-com feels good for the soul. As much as I hate to admit it, I'm also a sucker for 48 Hours or Dateline, and even a good home renovation show—but, If I ever stumble upon an old Rock Hudson/Doris Day film on TV, I’ll usually stay with it for a while. I also tend to watch a lot of documentaries; they’re so much better than the ones I remember having to sit through in high school. My personal style is more classic and traditional with a fresh, contemporary flair.
I grew up as the middle child between two brothers, so I’ve learned to hold my own in a predominantly male environment. I was both a city girl and a member of 4-H, as we had a family farm. There, I rode horses, learned to spin wool, and shear sheep—not exactly transferable life skills, but useful, nonetheless. I'm an East Coast transplant to the West Coast—and have (usually) enjoyed seeing my city featured on film and tv. In fact, it was after seeing Los Angeles on so many shows back in the day that I became most excited about moving there.