I'm originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan or a town that's a 30 minute drive from Detroit. I grew up playing in the woods, listening to Motown music, and watching way too much Nick at Night. My extracurriculars included: soccer, martial arts and, you guessed it, theatre. Roles to note are: Dorothy in the Scotch Elementary School production of Wizard of Oz and Baker's Wife in the Abbott Middle School production of Into the Woods.


My love for singing and performing lead me to voice lessons where I discovered a new passion for opera and classical voice. I spent two summers studying vocal arts and opera at Interlochen Arts Camp. I then went to Interlochen Arts Academy to study theatre. 

I moved to New York City to attend college at Fordham University's Theatre Program. I am so grateful for the community I now have in this city and for the professors who continue to inspire my work as a practitioner and actor. 


Since coming out of school, I've found joy in a life of auditioning, creating work, and collaborating with friends. I'm also an exercise fiend, enjoying yoga/dance/hiit training/cycling or anything new that will get my heart rate up. I've also enjoyed the opportunity to work study at Alvin Ailey Dance, work as a teaching artist, and volunteer as a partner at the 52nd Street Project.