I am an NYC based actor, singer, writer, and podcaster. I hold a deep passion for themed entertainment and family experiences, having grown up in Orlando, Florida, amidst the exciting and memory-making theme park industry. After moving from Florida to Yorktown Heights, New York, I began acting extensively throughout middle and high school, sometimes performing in multiple shows at once. I spent many hours with my local educational theatre company, Standing Ovation Studios, where I completely fell in love with theatre and performance and got to participate in a wide range of plays and musicals. It was at Standing Ovation Studios where I was nominated for a National Youth Theatre Award for my performance in Urinetown.
I earned a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts at the Experimental Theatre Wing. It was here that my passion for creating my own work blossomed - something that had originally intimidated me. ETW was where I developed the beginnings of many of my works, including several short original pieces that were produced at the studio. I graduated there in May of 2020, amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
Now, I am based in New York City and working on several exciting projects. Currently, I am the Quest Director at Plato Learning's Camp Half-Blood in Prospect Park, where I direct and coach a team of actors to help me create weekly immersive, mythology-based adventures for over 200 campers a week. I am also the Assistant Director and Writer for the Fae troupe at the New York Renaissance Faire, at which I designed and wrote KidsQuest, an interactive children's experience with the fae of Sterling Shire. I am also a co-founder of The Wallpaper Company, a new experimental, queer theatre company in collaboration with Elsa Lepecki Bean and Federico Mostert. Finally, and most recently, I am a co-founder and writer for The Wyrd Friends, a traveling renaissance faire performance troupe based in NYC that produces immersive comedy shows based in the world of tabletop roleplaying games, including the sold-out smash hit Dungeons & Drag at Purgatory in Brooklyn.