7seas rowing club

Broadcast & Social Media

Whitney’s goal is to meet and broadcast with Bob Costas. Until then, she’ll would love to help you bring some personality and expertise to your event. With extensive experience in front of the camera and managing creative productions, she have worked in the studio and in the wild all over the world (even Antarctica!) and has amazing crews and networks to amp up your production value and give your event a voice! List of clients, affiliations, and projects available.


What You Get


Experience + Personality

Whitney has years of professional TV, commercial, and film experience in addition to working with some of the worlds largest regattas and brands!

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As an elite, international coxswain AND a broadcaster, she knows the sport inside and out and can speak the language of you AND your audience!

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With an incredibly valuable network of coaches, coxswains, rowers, race directors, brands, and more at every level of the sport around the world, no idea is too big or small.


Bring Your Event to Life

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LIVE Social Media Coverage

Boost excitement and engagement leading up to your event and cover the big day with interactive media! Take viewers behind the scenes of your event or keep them updated throughout!

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Whitney has been broadcasting and commentating at the biggest regattas in the U.S. and with athletes at the pinnacle of the sport for years; on- and off-camera, in the studio, and in the field!


Does your race need a face (and personality)?


Contact me on Instagram!


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See us in Action!

Behind the scenes on projects around the world


*NOTE: This takes organizing with numerous national teams, camps, and schedules and cannot be organized last minute. Many rowers will be at national team camps or races at various times of year, so I cannot guarantee that any one rower will be in the lineup and certain desired rowers attending depends on what time of year your race is. Costs to get rowers to the race fall upon race organizers unless otherwise discussed.