Raised in Casper, Wyoming, I eventually gained a degree in Film and Media Studies from the University of Stirling, Scotland in 2016. After living and studying there for a little over two years, visa rules determined I would return state-side (most of the time). For several years I worked at the Casper Country Club restaurant and traveled back to the UK when able, most recently with a media internship in Dublin spring of 2018. Shortly afterwards, Townsquare Media fell into my path. My experience and interest in the multimedia field was focused on filmmaking - typically screenwriting short and feature-length films, helping on sets with students in many capacities but often as a producer or director, and at rare times putting myself in front of the camera/audience as well. I took a couple courses on radio work, and helped narrate and produce a radio doc that won the Jonathan Witchell Memorial Prize in Scotland. While radio was not something I put a lot of thought in to approaching, here we are, and it's going great. Beyond spending a little too much time watching films and television and gathering too many opinions on all of them, I'm also an avid gym-goer with a focus on boxing and dance (counter-acted by also being a compulsive baker of most anything sweet), I'm trying to take more time to practice archery with the recurve bow I acquired about a year ago, dog-sit for about a dozen people since I no longer have a furry child of my own, and don't read quite like I used to but there's always something on my list. I do what I can to keep busy.
The Lady Alex
WWII Survivor and Casper Resident Passes Away at 93
From 'too young for the times' to 'timeless'
See Nursing Home Residents “Hunt” Staff in Quarantine Fun
It's simple, it's clever, but more than that it is hilarious and heartwarming all at once.
That Bizarre Time a TV Took Out an Entire Village(‘s Internet)
The first approach was old connection cables, but it made no difference.
See Historic Images of Sulky Racing in Wyoming
But did you know sulky racing used to be common in Wyoming?
See Wyoming’s Medicine Wheel National Monument Up Close
Check out these images for a closer look at one of Wyoming's national monuments.
Photos of Fire That Closed Yellowstone For the First Time
View photos of the firefighting effort in 1988 that led to Yellowstone's first public closure in history.
Do You Know What This Art Is in Casper?
Without ceremony, this somewhat alarming sight greeted me at the end of my walk.
PHOTOS: Cheyenne Man Collects Wyoming License Plates For Decades
The photos below list out not only the range of McKee's collection, but make sure to check for his special ones.
Casper Radio Hosts Take On The “Impossible”
If you've listened to the Wake Up Wyoming morning show on nearly any given day over the past few weeks, you've likely heard Glenn discuss the new Impossible meat sensation.
PHOTOS: 1923 Cole Creek Train Wreck in Wyoming
It was a nightmarish, unstoppable scene: the 100-ton locomotive engine and first five (of seven total) train cars plummeted into the sand and water below.
The Most Patriotic American Films, and Wyoming’s Top Pick
Not only is this the right time of year to embrace the American spirit, sometimes we just need a nice reminder of where we are and what the country we reside in stands for.
This Wyoming Cocktail is a Classic With a Twist
Just in time for the weekend, Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit team posted a recap of their visit to Wyoming last October and was introduced to a special Wyoming cocktail.