Actor, Voiceover Artist, Writer
I read Shakespeare's Julius Caesar when I was 12. I loved it, or at least I pretended that I understood enough of it to love it because I wanted to be cool. (Yes, I was terribly misguided about what constituted "cool.")
I had been writing and performing awful plays and forcing my family to watch them since I was about 6. Theatre was this amazing, exciting thing where I could tell stories and maybe find a way to connect with people better than I was able to in the rest of my life.
Eventually I discovered film, and TV, and voiceover, and a myriad of other ways to do art. I also managed to find adventure in my real life by living on three continents and acquiring an eclectic list of hobbies. Jacobean crewelwork, anyone?
I'm still just a kid who wants to make art and force other people to watch it, but now I'm better at it. Mostly.
What Have I Been Up To?
Photo Shoot with
What better way to weather quarantine than some fun photoshoots with friend and professional photographer Nihile Photography?
Taking Classes at Second City
I've just wrapped up a writing for TV and film class! I'm working on a feature, and starting a "Writing Humor through Sadness" course on demand.
VO at Home
Auditions, classes, just for my own fun - you name it, I've probably been trying to say/whisper/shout it into my mic!