- WMUR-TVReporter, present
Audrey began her career at WMUR in 1994 covering stories for the Seacoast Bureau in Portsmouth. She covered many high-profile stories such as the murder trial of Seacoast attorney Seth Bader and the New Hampshire victims who died in the September 11th terror attacks.
2000, she began anchoring WMUR's weekend morning newscasts. In 2005,
Audrey left New Hampshire and became a General Assignment reporter for
New Jersey's News12. Most recently, she worked as an associate producer
for Fox News Channel in Manhattan. Audrey loves the excitement and
diversity of New York City and enjoyed everything from Broadway to
museums, and exploring its colorful neighborhoods. But, Audrey felt the
lure of local news and returning home too strong to resist.
She returned to WMUR in 2011 working part-time as a fill-in reporter and anchor. Most recently, Audrey became the newest addition to New Hampshire Chronicle. She loves exploring some of New Hampshire's most unique places and meeting the folks that make the Granite State so special.
In her spare time, Audrey enjoys running, snowshoeing and spending her summers on the Seacoast. Right now, she lives with her pug, Fergus, in northern Massachusetts.
Audrey grew up in Lowell, Mass., and attended Bradford College, graduating with a degree in Communications.