As a kid I danced, tumbled, sang, and choreographed my friends. In my teens I painted and listened to loud, angry music yet dreamed of becoming a comedic lounge singer.  In college I worked as an editor/writer and futon maker, while earning my B.A. in Philosophy. I auditioned for clown college, but became an aerialist instead, immersing myself in movement and physical storytelling. This led me to acting and comedy - contemporary work and Shakespeare, clown, improv, stand-up, sketch…

I spend as much time as possible acting, but can also be found teaching, designing websites, and writing. I’m always looking to collaborate and create.

Until NYC, I hadn’t lived in one city for more than five years since childhood. I’ve led a bunch of lives.