As a Producer in PHL17’s Creative Services Department, Bianca has produced countless TV commercials and promos for broadcast, worked on PHL17’s 50th Anniversary Show and recently received her first Emmy nomination! She is a story-teller at heart and loves coming into work every day to do her dream job – producing, editing and sharing videos.

Brought up in the suburbs, she first moved to Philadelphia as a student at Temple University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Media Arts and also discovered her undying love for the city.

When she’s not producing video, Bianca likes to keep the creative juices flowing by bike riding around Philly, playing piano, making scrapbooks and juggling.

Recent Articles
  • More Than Old

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — In this edition of Weekend Philler’s “Mom & Pop Shop” we visit More Than Old located in the heart of Old City. What makes this shop unique is that they carry antique, vintage, and contemporary products, such as glasses, barware, furniture, art, and more. Beth Gibson is the owner and self-proclaimed ‘principal’ of the shop. Her passion and vast knowledge of her products shows just how much she truly enjoys running her business. If you ever pay a […]

  • The Center For Art in Wood

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — If you are ever in Old City, The Center For Art in Wood is a gallery you won’t want to miss. Weekend Philler stopped by the center and talked to Executive Director and Co-Founder of the organization, Albert LeCoff. In this edition of “Show Us Your Stuff” he tells all about how The Center For Art in Wood first got its start, gives us the latest on their exhibition, “Wood Revisited,” plus find out the story behind […]

  • Never Too Spoiled

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — Never Too Spoiled has a name that speaks for itself; every time I walk into this amazing mom & pop shop I feel the need to spoil myself with all of the beautiful clothes, accessories and jewelry this store has to offer. I could spend an entire afternoon admiring each piece and trying on different outfits in their stylish boho fitting rooms. I’ve always been a fan of boutique shopping because generally I’ve found that the experience feels so […]

  • Local Legends: Ghosts of Fort Mifflin

    FORT MIFFLIN, PHILADELPHIA, PA –Right next to something modern, The Philadelphia International Airport, lies something hundreds of years old… a historic landmark known as Fort Mifflin. The thunderous sound of aircraft echoes through this war fort as airliners take flight over these veteran grounds. Even though it neighbors a modern-day transportation hub, Fort Mifflin appears to be frozen in time, and perhaps, haunted by spirits of the past. In this spooky edition of Weekend Philler, we had the opportunity to […]

  • Bianca’s Bike Tours

    Philadelphia is known for many things – American history, Rocky and cheese steaks, but one thing that often goes overlooked is Philadelphia as a cycling city. With the arrival of a (very successful) bike sharing program, the expansion of multi-use trails in parks, and the development of bike lanes on city streets has come a growing and enthusiastic community of cyclists in Philadelphia. I’ve been living in Philadelphia for about ten years and have been biking in Philly for six […]

  • Brave New Worlds

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — Old City Philadelphia is known for its historic landmarks, museums, galleries, and indie shops. Brave New Worlds is an Old City shop that offers a treasure trove of comics, games, superhero memorabilia and more. We caught up with store Managers, Rob LeFevre and Brian Johnson, to find out more about how the store got its start and to hear more about all of the awesome stuff they have there. The store is located near the corner of 2nd […]

  • The Amazing Larry Vee

    THE PHILLY JUGGLERS’ CLUB, PHILADELPHIA, PA — Meet Larry Vee, an expert when it comes to juggling, unicycling, hula-hooping, balancing and ring spinning… all at the same time. It wouldn’t be a stretch to declare Larry as one of Philadelphia’s greatest (and most creative) multitaskers. This local juggling legend is widely recognized by jugglers across the nation, has competed and won awards in IJA (International Jugglers Association) competitions and has even performed on national television shows such as The Late Show With David Letterman (2003) […]

  • Longwood Gardens Christmas Design

    LONGWOOD GARDENS, KENNETT SQUARE, PA — With more than 1,000 acres of breath-taking gardens, woods and landscapes Longwood Gardens is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year. However, a Longwood Christmas has become a holiday tradition to many who flock to see the stunning lights, Christmas trees and decorations displayed throughout the grounds. In this edition of Masters, Pros & Virtuosos, Weekend Philler meets Longwood Gardens’ very own Display Designer, Jim Sutton. Longwood Gardens has an impressive 124 decorated trees this […]

  • Haunts at Fort Mifflin

    FORT MIFFLIN, PHILADELPHIA, PA — If you are into American history, believe in the paranormal or both, then we have the perfect spot for you. Fort Mifflin is hidden away right next to the runways at the Philadelphia International Airport, and this gem has been proclaimed as one of the most haunted places in America. It’s been investigated by local paranormal experts, as well as the teams on TV shows like Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures, but you don’t need […]

  • In The Community: Philly Juggling Festival

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — Unless you are a juggler, know a juggler or have taken an interest in circus arts, there’s one local tradition that you probably haven’t heard of and that’s The Philadelphia Juggling Festival. The fest is put on every October by The Philadelphia Jugglers’ Club. For jugglers and non-jugglers alike, there are many spectacles to be seen, fun to be had and new tricks to be learned at the festival. Every year, Philly Fest kicks off with free open juggling in […]