Jay loves telling stories, eating corn dogs and drinking beer - in that order. Oh, and spending time with his wife and kids. He has 20 years of experience as a storyteller - first in broadcast news as a reporter and anchor, then in video production as a producer. He’s received dozens of industry-leading awards for his work, including five regional Emmy awards and the prestigious “Dookey” made of toilet paper and salt water taffy his kids gave him once. His storytelling philosophy is simple, “If the viewer feels something, they’re more likely to do something.” He lives in the Twin Cities with his wife, two children and politically active dachshund (who incidentally won’t shut up about the damage straws have on the environment).