Bree anchored number 1 rated morning shows in 2 different markets. Personally honored by the AP, the New England EMMY Chapter, & numerous mental health groups, Bree also worked with a news team that earned a National EMMY, Alfred I. DuPont Award & a Peabody Award.
Whether she’s producing award winning stories on mental health, covering her favorite sports stories, or using her extensive knowledge of politics to hold the powerful accountable, Bree is all-in. All the time.
A trained video journalist and a skilled video editor, Bree takes pride in telling important stories that others won’t. Bree thrives on the challenge of marrying creative visuals and compelling writing. In her spare time, she’s painting or crafting!
Bree is a newsroom leader who took the time to show me the ropes at my first station after graduation. Not only is she easy to work with but she truly lives and breathes journalism. One word of advice: if you talk to her about politics, make sure you know your stuff because she does!NAFEESA DE FLORIAS, ANCHOR, 3TV/CBS 5 PHOENIX
Working with Bree from WBZ-TV on both Pan-Mass Challenge coverage as well promotion and developing stories for the launch of The Resolution by PMC was wonderful. Bree truly helped convey the mission of the charity in a way that benefitted all involved.BILL ALFANO, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING, PAN-MASS CHALLENGE
We’ve been lucky enough to work with Bree on several projects, and her enthusiasm is contagious. She’s one of the most humble, sincere and hard-working professionals in the industry.SHANNON IGOE, IMAGE UNLIMITED COMMUNICATIONS
Bree consistently strived for excellence and accuracy. She stayed connected to what was important and relevant to the viewer/user. She was always tougher on herself than I could have ever been.KYLE BRINKMAN, FORMER NEWS DIRECTOR, WEAR
Bree digs into issues that are not always easy to understand or confront. She does it with deep curiosity and tremendous respect for the issue and the people embroiled in it.JOHN J. LARIVEE, PRESIDENT & CEO, COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR JUSTICE