About MeAbout Me:
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, I began my artistic pursuits while in elementary school. After a little success in the print/ commercial world, I dove into Theatre and fell in love. The journey brought from San Francisco to Orange county- earning a B.A. in Drama from the University of California, Irvine, where I appeared in many of their main stage shows, as well as produced my own concert in the Claire Trevor Theater.
After UC Irvine, I decide to head back to the Bay Area and put my degree to work in places like TheatreWorks, 42nd St. Moon, The Retro Dome, The Willows, Broadway By the Bay, and many more. I continued my studies at the San Francisco Academy for the Performing Arts, with a focus on voice building and creating roles.
As the work continued to present itself, I realized it was time to go to New York, where I currently work, live, and create. In New York, I have had the fortune of performing with Musicals Tonight!, The Gallery Players, Westchester Broadway, and NYMF. New York has also put me in the good graces of organizations like The American Songbook Project (where I serve as treasurer and perform for school events and fundraisers) and The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts (where I employ my talents as an actor).
I have had the great pleasure of working with some of the best our industry has to offer including (but not limited to): Andrea Marcovicci, Robert Cuccioli, Victoria Clark, Teri Ralston, Paul Gordon, Joshua Finkle, and many more individuals whose contribution to the performing arts help keep it young, fresh and alive.
The ultimate goal being Broadway, I am creating a life and career in theatre and I hope to get just as much out of it as I am able to contribute.