I'm from Temple, Texas,
and occasionally lust after blue bonnets, kolaches, and wide open spaces.
I went to college at Emory University, where I studied playwriting and received a BBA with concentrations in Arts Management and Marketing at Goizueta Business School.
I've worked and lived in Atlanta, GA, Louisville, KY, Rome, Italy, and
currently reside in Greenpoint, in Brooklyn, NY.
I like making connections happen, and avidly support people and work that I believe in.
Since graduating, I've co-founded collectives (Catalyst Arts ATL, winner of a Suzi Bass Award), independently produced work in Atlanta and NY, including the off-Broadway premiere of KEPT WOMAN by Rebekah Suellau through the esteemed Araca Project, and have been voted
"Best Actress in ATL" by Creative Loafing.
I've studied with Fiasco Theater, as a member of their inaugural 6 week conservatory program, and I am also an alumni of the acting apprenticeship at
Actors Theatre of Louisville.
I'll be pursuing my MFA in Acting at Columbia University in the fall.
In the meantime, I will be writing a mockumentary piece about an Upper West Side seance, a dark comedy about growing up in small town Texas, and generating content for my Patreon.
I live in NYC, but still have strong ties to Atlanta, so I'd love to connect in either of those wonderful communities, or any place in-between.