Born and raised in Northern Virginia, I am a 2020 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama in Pittsburgh, PA, where I was a recipient of the Adelyne Roth Levine Memorial Award in acting.
I was introduced to music from a young age through my synagogue. Eventually, taking the natural first step in order to direct a Star Wars movie someday, I auditioned for my elementary school's production of Seussical Jr. and continued from there. I attended high school at Metropolitan School of the Arts and received additional training at The Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts in Washington DC.
Now a proud AEA member, I have found artistic homes all over the United States. Post-graduation/onset of COVID-19, credits have included Pittsburgh CLO, ACT of Connecticut, Clinton Showboat Theatre, and currently the national tour of Les Misérables. I look forward to a life of theatre and music which will hopefully also include lots of road trips, hikes, and Taco Bell.