A little bit about me...
I grew up in Calvert County, Maryland with my parents and two brothers where we lived right on the Chesapeake Bay. Growing up I played basketball, volleyball, and rode horses. It was not until middle school that I developed my love for theatre and, like all middle schoolers, set my sights for Broadway. In high school, I set my sights on a "more practical" path and decided to focus on becoming a vet before changing my mind again deciding to become a neurosuergon. But my love of theatre never ceased, and here I am as a senior Musical Theatre Major completing my Bachelors of Music Degree at The Catholic University of America.
Since being at Catholic, I have had the opportunity to perform in three mainstage productions, and one student run musical. Outside of theatre, I enjoy being a part of the Catholic's Orientation Team, PEERS (Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students), and The President's Society.
In the spring of 2019, I had the opportunity to study abroad with The London Dramatic Academy. This conservatory program allowed me to hone my acting techniques by learning skills in physical movement, Stanislavsky, mask work, dialect training, voice training, period dance, stage combat, and, of course, Shakespeare.
I now live in the heart of Washington DC with my two loving roommates and my ever growing collection of giraffe paraphernalia. I work as a barista at DC's only Starbucks Reserve, which only fuels my coffee addiction. In my free time I enjoy visiting local coffee shops, exploring DC, and discovering new craft breweries.
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