A proud Philadelphia native, I've loved singing and being on stage since I was a kid. Despite that, I spent all of my childhood and most of high school horseback riding (see photo below).
While I'd always loved theater growing up, it wasn't until I was in a production of The Laramie Project in high school that I realized I needed to pursue acting professionally. I was deeply inspired by the impact powerful storytelling can make not only on the actors but on the audiences and the communities around them. I knew that I wanted to be apart of creating new types of conversations - to be in spaces that can help facilitate change and new ways of thinking. I have always found the most exciting and meaningful art is art that pushes boundaries and challenges people's preconceived notions.
After graduating high school I moved to NYC where I received my BFA in Acting with a minor in Musical Theater from Marymount Manhattan College.
Since graduating in 2018, I have worked in theater and film both regionally and in New York. I've spent time exploring and volunteering in Guatemala and Nicaragua, I have traveled across the country hiking and camping through different national parks and survived a Global Pandemic!