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
  • McGillin’s Old Ale House

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — Tucked away on a small street between Chestnut and Sansom Streets in Center City Philadelphia lies one of the oldest continuously operating ale houses in the country, McGillin’s Old Ale House. The establishment opened in 1860, the same year Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States. It’s a bar that has stood the test of time and withholds a reputation as the “every man’s bar” of Philadelphia. McGillin’s Old Ale House has a long standing history of family […]

  • Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom

    ALLENTOWN, PA — Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is open for a new season of rides, water attractions and family entertainment. Weekend Philler was invited for a special preview of the awesome things Dorney has to offer this summer. From a new dining experience and community events in Parkside Pavilion to new rides and park food options, Dorney Park is sure not to disappoint. Here are the inside details from the VP/General Manager, Michael Fehnel and Executive Chef, Malo Jones. […]

  • The Main Fountain Garden at Longwood Gardens

    KENNETT SQUARE, PA — For much of the past two years The Main Fountain Garden at Longwood Gardens was turned into a massive hole in the ground as the largest fountain renovation in the country took place, but now the project is complete and the historic Main Fountain Garden is ready to make its debut. Fountains aren’t necessarily the first things that come to mind when you think of this world renown location, but as a matter of fact, Longwood Gardens has the most […]

  • Spring Blooms At Longwood Gardens

    KENNETT SQUARE, PA — There’s a lot to love about Longwood Gardens year-round, but when Spring comes around, the blooms at Longwood are in full swing. The vibrant colors, amazing tulips and acres of lush gardens are just enough to pull anyone out of their winter doldrums. Preparation for the Spring Blooms at Longwood Gardens begins in the Fall with teams of gardeners and designers working to bring a stunning display to guests waking up from a long winter hibernation indoors. By the time Spring […]

  • Le Cat Café

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — Calling all animal lovers! Le Cat Café is Green Street Rescue’s new cat adoption platform, and it’s exactly what it sounds like, a café full of cats. At Le Cat Café, you can pour yourself a cup of coffee, kick back and relax with a cat in your lap. Complete with toys, treats and cat nip, the café is a great place for people to get acquainted with a group of adorable rescues. There are cats of all […]

  • 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 […]