I grew up in Rochester, New York where I studied and performed in the local theater's like GEVA Theater and Blackfriars Theater, appearing in lead roles such as Jenny Dillingham in Aspects of Love and Peggy in Godspell. I spent my summers at Stagedoor Manor, theater camp where we trained with professionals and pushed the boundaries of youth theatre.
I attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Manhattan. While in New York I was cast in a few of my favorite stage roles, Evelyn in The Shape of Things and Sheila Franklin in Hair. I appeared on NBC's TV Show, Grease: You're the One that I Want! where I competed for the role of Sandy in the Broadway revival. I was fortunate enough to originate the role of Tiffani Johnson in the musical Girlfriend from Hell: The Musical, at the Gene Frankel Theater in the East Village. I worked on Spike Lee produced feature film,"The Girl is In Trouble" directed by Julius Onah, set in the Lower East Side, In this film, starring Wilmer Valderrama, I play the young version of the lead character, Signe, using my acoustic guitar playing on screen.
During my time in New York City I started creating my own content. Collaborating with Tall Boys Films we wrote & produced “Piss Pants” which was accepted to the Short Rips Film Festival playing on the US Weed Channel. Our film, "Legends of the Hidden Coats", Screened in the NYC Downtown Short Film Festival Audience Choice Screening Series 2011, and Official Selection for Rumschpringe Short Film Festival 2011.
I'm currently based in Los Angeles.
Most recently, I worked on feature films, "6 Ways to Die" starring Vinnie Jones and Vivica A Fox, and "Flight 192" as a news anchorwoman reporting in the pivitol scene. I'm also wrote and produced "Leap" a short film about a survivor of sexual abuse who rethinks suicide.