I grew up just north of Chicago and now live in New York City. At the ripe age of fifteen I transferred to Interlochen Arts Academy to complete high school with a major in theatre performance, and concentration on classical texts and dance. After graduating with honors I promptly moved to the ecological opposite of the northern Michigan woods: Manhattan.
Since then I have worked as a DJ, studied at the Moscow Art Theatre, learned to play the accordion, and collaborated on a lot of theatre. I graduated from Fordham University Lincoln Center with a B.A. in Theatre Performance. I also serve as the administrative assistant of Doghouse Ensemble Theatre.
Some of my favorite credits include The Wolves, The Most Massive Woman Wins, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, and several new plays.