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Raised on the coast of Massachusetts, I was grew up surrounded by ocean air, good books, and the echoes of history. As a kid, I devoured the stories of powerful women, from Jo March to Joan of Arc to C.J. Cregg. I evolved from dressing up as these brilliant characters in my bedroom to embodying dynamic roles onstage, and I pursued my BFA in Acting at Point Park University. In Pittsburgh I deepened my passion for acting and discovered my calling in Linklater voice work, which taught me how the human voice reveals our most personal stories and reflects our greater social structures.

After graduation I moved to New York City, where I worked in theatre, commercials, film, voiceover, modeling, dialect coaching, dramaturgy, podcast producing, casting, children's education--anything I could get my hands on! I also became an active member of Ring of Keys, an arts advocacy organization that fosters community and visibility of queer women, gender non-conforming, and transgender theatre artists.

I recently moved to Boston to pursue my MFA in Theatre Education + Applied Theatre at Emerson College, where I'll use my training to facilitate self-liberation through voice, performance, and community engagement. I am currently conducting my thesis research on gender-affirming Linklater voice for transgender theatre students, as well as performing in the Greater Boston Area.

my favorites...

play: Indecent

musical: Ragtime

film: Booksmart

book: Trust Exercise

TV series: GLOW

podcast: You're Wrong About

song: "What's Up" by 4 Non Blondes

hobby: going to museums!

quote: "The engaged voice must never be fixed and absolute but always changing, always evolving in dialogue with a world beyond itself." -bell hooks


gemini baby


red lip classic


museums are my

happy place.


exploring the city



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