About

I am an actress, screenwriter, and filmmaker originally from Newport, Rhode Island. My journey in the arts began at a young age with a focus in technical dance and theatre.

I studied Uta Hagen technique at the Universal Academy in Miami before moving to New York City 2015. My training in NYC began with Meisner Technique at Playhouse West Studio 4 and continued after finding my home base at T. Schreiber Studios. Under the direction of Pamela Scott, I studied Sandra Seacat Method and Dreamwork. I have also completed levels 101 and 201 at the Upright Citizens Brigade with 301 in my near future.

I have had the pleasure of performing theatre works at SoHo Playhouse, 14th St. Y, Torn Page, Producer’s Club, T. Schreiber Theatre, and The Bridge Theatre at Shetler Studios to name a few. I won Best Actress in the Brightside Film Festival for my lead role in the short film Bad Trash which was also nominated for Best Short Film at the Cordillera Film Festival in Reno, NV.

I studied Screenwriting at NYU School of Professional Studies. I have written and produced several short films of my own with plans to get my first feature film off the ground and running!

There is nothing better in this world than creating and collaborating with fellow artists and I look forward to the endless possibilities of this journey that I am on.