Ramona Bruland

Ramona Bruland

Raised in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Ramona Bruland is a TV host and producer/writer of lifestyle travel and adventure programming. With more than 10 years of experience in the television industry and two Heartland Emmy nominations, Bruland has been seen on TV screens across Australia, Europe and the U.S. covering action sports, lifestyle, arts and culture, luxury and travel on multiple networks. Bruland started her TV career in Falls Creek, Australia as a snow reporter for network news and simultaneously as the on-air talent for the SNOWSHOW, a travel lifestyle series that took her to more than 75 ski resorts worldwide profiling winter destinations for Australian and European viewers. In 2006, Bruland took full-time work with PlumTV as a producer/host, launching live daily TV shows in Telluride, before moving to Aspen, Colo. to host and produce Top of the Mountain – Plum’s national mountain lifestyle show – as well as the regional live morning show Plum Daily and her very own travel adventure show called Keeping up with Ramona. In 2011 Bruland continued to freelance across multiple networks with shows such as The Best of the Caribbean and The Paul Mitchell Winter Sports Preview Show. You might also have seen her gracing the red carpet with her coverage at events like The Powder Awards or guest-starring as herself on CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful. Bruland started her career with X Games in 2008 as a producer/host on The Plum Network, interviewing and featuring X Games athletes, giving daily updates, event recaps and behind-the-scenes coverage of X Games Aspen. In 2012 she teamed up with Network A on YouTube to host the X Games on site experience. Bruland currently lives in Aspen and is an avid outdoor and action sports enthusiast, spending most of her free time snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, cycling and dirtbiking.
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Travis Pastrana and Ramona Bruland ride along at Daytona from ESPNFrontRow on Vimeo. Editor’s note: ESPN’s X Games host Ramona…
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