The morning after the announcement I was interviewed by Pam Elliott on the morning news and everything started to really sink in. It was a dream come true.
I had the the opportunity to work with some truly talented people at Dayton’s CW and WDTN. I learned so much about video editing, blogging, and about how to adapt when things don’t go as planned.
My Behind the Scenes with Brandy segment landed me some incredible interviews with actors, comedians, musicians, and even some local businesses like Mike-Sells and Esther Price.
One of the best parts about my behind the scenes segments is the fact that I could have fun with them. I had a chance to sing, dance, and play dress up on a number of occasions at La Comedia Dinner Theater.
My love for the CW programs has only grown since my time as the CW Star and I hope that after this position ends I’ll be able to find my way back into the world of vampires, Winchester Brothers, and Cult whether that is through acting or in some other capacity.
Since this will be my final post as the Dayton’s CW Star I want to say thank you for all the support I’ve had from friends, family, and people in the community. Your words of encouragement truly mean the world to me.
So to the next CW Star and all those who have followed my journey, keep exploring Dayton and discovering new reasons to love it, and of course continue watching the CW because with sexy vampires, fun loving teenagers in Manhattan, and mysteries that will make your head spin, how can you go wrong??
If you want to connect with me beyond the CW Star check out my Twitter @Brandy Zapata or my Facebook!