Dylan served as an on-air personality at WHJT Star 93.5 FM in the Jackson, Miss., market for five years. He hosted drivetime shifts and developed and hosted new evening show concepts in his time at the Christian CHR station. The height of his modest celebrity was either being voted the third-best radio personality in the Best of Jackson awards (behind that unbeatable Top 40 morning show duo!) or when John Cooper from Skillet led a crowd of thousands in wishing him a happy birthday.
Dylan has experience conducting in-depth interviews with artists, and engaging with the community via remotes and other public appearances.
Dylan’s passion is breaking news and severe weather. At WHJT, he was the most trusted on-air talent in times of emergency. Committed to keeping listeners safe, Dylan ran many extended shifts through tornado outbreaks and hurricanes.
Dylan has voiced and produced a number of advertisements and announcements for a range of businesses and non-profit groups. His work has been recognized with nine Excellence in Broadcasting awards from the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters. Trained in the days of Cool Edit Pro, Dylan’s modern production studio of choice is Adobe Audition.
StopSMA // Laugh Out Loud
Creative Artists Agency // Samestate In Concert
The Irish Frog // A Little Bit Irish
Keep Mississippi Clean // Duck
Lakeland Music // A Real Music Store
Ogletree Law Firm // Life
When watching ballgames is part of a job description, you know you’ve found a nice career. Dylan has been broadcasting games since he was first put behind a mic at a semi-pro baseball game at the age of 16 (audio thankfully not available). He has called games for many colleges and high schools, including stints with the Southern Arkansas University Muleriders and the Mississippi College Choctaws, where Dylan was part of a broadcast team recognized for Best Sports Coverage by the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters for his work with MC Football.
He has been the voice of Mississippi High School Activities Association high school baseball and basketball championships, as well as a producer, studio host, and substitute play-by-play broadcaster for the Mississippi Braves, the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
Most recently, Dylan has been working with students at the University of Central Arkansas’ Channel 6 television, mentoring basketball and baseball broadcast crews.
“Bases Full Of Muleriders”
Strikeout (Craig Kimbrel)
Home team home run
Opponent home run
“Ripped” (Play At The Plate)
“As deep as it was high”
“Nothing to show for it”
Half Inning (New)
Half Inning (Short)
Half Inning (Long)
Early First Quarter
Quick touchdown drive
Longer touchdown drive
Think Dylan might be the right fit for your on-air, voiceover, production, or sports broadcasting opportunity? Contact him.