I am a performing artist interested in participating in and creating new work that is inclusive, authentic and sustainable. I believe in the great value in the practice of being ever-curious and ever-present, approaching my work as a theatre artist and as a teaching artist with the intention of discovering something new, and with a practice of mindfulness.
I attended Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida for Theatre Arts and earned my MFA at the Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training in Sarasota, Florida. I also had the opportunity to study with Patsy Rodenburg and Charmian Hoare while studying abroad in London in the summer of 2019.
Before the lockdown in March of 2020, I was featured in the Asolo Repertory Theatre's 2019-2020 season, appearing as Juliet in the educational tour of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet," and June Bennett in George Brant's "Into The Breeches!"
Since then, I have been offering services as a teaching artist, teaching as an adjunct instructor of Visual and Performing Arts at Flagler College, in addition to participating in online performances.
I currently reside in New York, where I hope to continue my career as an actor and teacher as the industry comes back, and, more importantly, evolves.