Brynn is a native Texan but feels most at home in Boston. She has lived and studied in many places, including Barcelona, Alaska, Jamaica and the Ozarks and hopes to see more of the eastern hemisphere at some point prior to getting stuck in a rocking chair.
In addition to being fascinated by new (to her) cultures, Brynn has also been known to “geek out” about almost anything related to food and/or fashion. She is an avid seamstress with a passion for costuming and was once the wardrobe master of a 30,000 square foot haunted house. She has also made mozzarella professionally while sporting a couture cow suit.
Brynn has a long history of volunteerism and her devotion to helping and educating others melds well with her work at WBUR. Inspired from a young age by National Geographic, Brynn is ecstatic to be contributing to what she considers to be one of the last, pure forms of journalism. She is inspired and amused daily by visitors and coworkers alike, and hopes to be here for years to come.
She holds a BA from Trinity University in Art History and Sociology, and is currently working on her MS in Arts Administration with a Fundraising Management certificate at Boston University.