Born to Perform
From the first time I stood in that glowing white light at seven years old, I knew that I was going to be a performer for the rest of my life. I have always had this sense of purpose and am very grateful to feel a path laid out before me, even if the path is blocked or foggy at times. That path is about to present many different directions in the coming months as I am spit out of the educational system. I am graduating from NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Drama in the New Studio On Broadway (yes, it is an annoyingly long title) with a BFA in Drama. My journey as a student may be ending, but I am eager and excited for the paths I will travel in my lifelong journey as a professional actor. I'm excited to have you along for the ride.
I am an active advocate for a balanced lifestyle. Between rehearsals, projects, and the occasional nap, you can find me "tapping it back" on a stationary bike at Cyc Fitness. I was never a fan of competitive sports, but through cycling I have discovered my inner athlete while still utilizing my passion for performing. Teaching spin keeps me motivated, moving, and encouraged by my riders to be the best version of myself.