Jeffrey was one of the original creators of Uncensored Radio. Since its creation in 2010, the show has took on a life all of its own, has interviewed countless celebrities and has grown to entertain more than 100,000 listeners
Yearning for something more out of life, Jeffrey came up with the idea of a radio show. He wanted to do something that was honest, with no rules and most of all funny. He thought is he was just able to keep things edgy and off the cuff people would tune in and listen to a guy from Auburn, NY.
He and a long time friend took to the airways. Within a few months they booked some guests and went through a few hosts and interns. Jeffrey then contacted Karan Ashley to be a guest on the show. He and Karan knew they had something together and he asked her to join the show. She agreed to one day a week. It slowly grew from one day a week to a couple days. They knew the needed someone to cover when Karan was away so she contacted Katrina Johnson. Katrina signed on and the show continued to grow.
Jeffrey then set his eyes on Jake Pentland. After months of conditioning Jake finally agreed and joined the family hosting his own hour on Saturdays. Through Jake, Jeffrey met Michael Fishman. Fishman started to guest co-host on a regular basis. One late night conversation let to the idea of Uncensored Reality. He called Karan thinking she would never go for it and to his surprise she did. She took the shell of an idea and turned it into an amazing show, currently in the editing stage.
When I started this show I had no clue if it would work or if anyone would listen. Never in my wildest dreams did I think Karan, Katrina, and Jake would sign on for the long haul. I am beyond grateful to have them apart of this show and more importantly call them friends. I know together we will accomplish great things. They are each inspirational to me. Call it fate, destiny, or divine intervention; I believe we are all right where we are supposed to be.
Currently Jeffrey owns and operates his own Daycare. A job he says he loves most days.