This photo was taken during my first trip to NYC at the age of five. Accompanied by my mom and grandfather, I was first introduced to "the city," as we Upstate folx like to call it. At the time I had no interest in the theatre scene and only dragged my family to Times Square with the goal of riding the ferris wheel in Toys-R-Us.
Since that day, a few small things have changed (though not my love of floral prints) and now I find myself a resident of the city I first explored 15 years ago.
A Life-Long Learner
At my artistic best, I am a leader who is willing to give all of herself by being honest and vulnerable and accepting fear as a real and conquerable experience. I am capable of accepting myself and extending that same grace to others to create a space where others feel and are celebrated. I strive to allow my voice to be of service to the story at hand and strongly believe that identity only enhances an individual's ability to tell stories.
Thank you for joining me here, I hope to collaborate on something new and exciting very soon.