When I was three years old, I began dancing around the living room in my mother's high heels after watching Singin' in the Rain'. Obviously a terrible tap dancer, my Mom decided to sign me up for ballet classes.
There I discovered my love for performing and how to artistically express myself using my body. After I learned every line in the Kindergarten play, I knew acting was really my passion.
I moved to New York City in 2013 to study film at the School of Visual Arts. After two years of hard work, eight short films, and countless scripts, I missed acting and knew I needed to commit to that, throwing myself into it fully.
So, that summer, I completed Atlantic Theater Company's Six-Week Summer Intensive and couldn't help but stay on for their 2.5 Year Full-Time Acting Conservatory.
In December 2017, I graduated from Atlantic and immediately began work on Nun Habits.
On April 30th, I wrapped production on my original series Nun Habits. The goal of this series is to normalize being a queer Catholic. This story is very close to my heart, I grew up Catholic and watched a lot of my friends go through this struggle.
While working on Nun Habits I formed an independent film production company Soul Series Productions. The mission of Soul Series is to bring communities together through diverse storytelling.
Through Soul Series, I was hired as the Line Producer and UPM for Cheer Up Charlie, a new web series that touches on many issues from physical and mental illness to living in NYC and trying to make ends meet.