I was born into an artistic family; my mother spent her career teaching music, drama, and chorus in Massachusetts, and my father is a jazz musician. I realized from a young age that I wanted to be a performer, and my mom realized around the same time that I seriously lacked coordination, so she enrolled me in ballet class. Somehow, although not bumping into furniture on a daily basis was a challenge, I took to dance right away and within two years I added tap, jazz, and modern to my repertoire. Around the same time, I became involved with the theatre department at a local college and appeared in the ensemble of musicals such as Bye, Bye, Birdie and Oliver! as well as being featured in Annie. It was an amazing experience for a young kid, and I knew I wanted to do even more.
Once I hit middle and high school, I was involved in all of the Drama Club productions, while also appearing in community theatre productions. Upon graduating, I attended Rhode Island College in Providence, where I majored in Theatre Performance with a concentration in Musical Theatre. During summer breaks, I appeared in summer productions with local theatres, as well as beginning my professional career when I started touring with Kaleidoscope Children's Theatre. This experience also began my second career as a Teaching Artist.
Post-graduation, my career took an unexpected turn when I was cast as "Rosalind" in a Providence production of As You Like It. During the rehearsal period, I took a trip to New York, auditioned for and was hired by Shakesperience Productions and I spent four seasons touring as both an actor and a teaching artist. Between tours, I settled in New York City and worked on furthering my theatrical career, as well as exploring other styles of performance.
Recently, I have been drawn back into a very vibrant theatre scene in New England, where I have had the chance to work with an amazing community of artists in both Boston and Providence. I am currently based on the East Coast and seeking Theatrical, Legitimate, and Commercial representation.