I am a New York based actor originally from Alexandria, Virginia. I attended Connecticut College where I studied Theater and English Literature, and had the opportunity to perform in a variety of productions from Shakespeare to Sarah Ruhl. Two of my favorite projects were the collaborative, devised piece titled Four Dead in Ohio: Antigone at Kent State and my Honors Thesis, which I wrote about the relationship between actor and "the self," culminating in a collaborative capstone performance of Medea. After undergrad, I moved to New York and trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in their One Year Conservatory Program. After getting a job in a nearby coffee shop, I met and began collaborating with The Renovationists. I am also a proud member of the 2014 LAByrinth Intensive Ensemble.
Off stage, you can find me lost in The Met Museum (Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler style), nose deep in a crossword puzzle book, or cooking my way through all of Minimalist Baker's curries.