“Born and raised in Owensboro, Kentucky, I played soccer at Daviess County High School, and continued playing at Lindsey Wilson College. In 2013, I graduated from LWC with Bachelor’s of Arts degrees in History and Social Science.
Following my undergraduate education, I interned in Washington, DC with Congressman Brett Guthrie in the House of Representatives. Upon returning to Kentucky, I joined Foreman Watson Holtrey as a litigation assistant. My early experiences with FWH encouraged me to pursue my law degree.
In 2018, I earned a Juris Doctorate from Indiana University Maurer School of Law and a Master’s of Public Administration from Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs with concentrations of Public Policy and Public Finance. Throughout my postgraduate coursework, I remained active on many FWH cases and clerked in the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, Division of Criminal Appeals.
I am thankful for the experiences, support, and guidance that FWH attorneys and staff have shared with me since 2013. I am excited to keep growing and serving FWH clients in Owensboro, Evansville, Henderson, and the surrounding communities.
My wife, Katlyn and I enjoy traveling to new places, spending time with our doodles (Tex and Weller), and calling Kentuckiana home.