When did you start your radio career?
* Officially got on board in 2016, but been joining junior jock programs since 2006. So you do the math! Haha

How did you get into radio?
* When I was 13, my mom brought me to the old Philcomcen building where a radio station used to be. I’ve been chasing the dream since then. It’s either a doctor or a radio jock. Doctor sounded complicated! Haha

How was your first boardwork?
* It literally felt like riding a bike. You struggle to find a balance, get bruised, cut and wounded. But once you get the hang of it, just keep moving.

Any memorable thing happen in your rookie year as a jock?
*I was able to interview a handful of artists, star struck and all; but most memorable was the interview with Rico Blanco. He is artist personified.

Did you have the full support of your family when you started out?
*They’ve always been very supportive! Stubborn eh. Haha

When you’re not on air, what kind of music do you listen to aside from the 80s, 90s, and Y2K?
*Most of my cassette (yep! the tape), and cd collection dates back to 60s and 70s. Occasionally however, I love listening to Jazz Lounge music.