Hey, thanks for being here. I've been acting since 2013, after finally giving up the illusion of a "real job" and deciding to get back to my high school drama geek roots. Those are the funnest, anyway, aren't they?
Since then, not only do I sleep better, but I've been overjoyed to play dramatic and comedic leads in films that have gone to Cannes that you still haven't heard about, supporting roles in Winona Ryder and Blumhouse films that have opened at SXSW you might've heard about, and shorts that I've co-created with the inimitable sketch group, Sketchnology, that you should hear about.
Self-production is a habit that started with portraying the lead character in the stage play The Woolgatherer, and continues a blue-streak with co-writing and acting in Quality Time (SF Indie Short Fest debut), writing Close Quarters (YouTube debut) and co-writing and directing the web series Public Access (still in post-production).
I love singing jazz and soul. Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin and Amy Winehouse are my spirit women. And while I have loved dropping in at open mics around the city throughout the years, currently my baby son has another idea for my "extra", non-acting time. Which is dandy by me— he is amazing.