I am a storyteller interested in the mediums of stage and screen with an appreciation for all forms of art and creative expression. Currently, I am in my senior year at Boston University’s School of Theatre, where I am pursuing a BFA in Theatre Arts with a minor in Arts Leadership. In the past I have earned a diploma in Classical Acting from the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art and a high school diploma in Acting from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. I have studied stage combat with Dan Granke, David Reed, and Angie Jepson, among other teachers.
During the fall 2017 semester I served as the teaching assistant for SAFD Fight Director Michael Jerome Johnson's Advanced Stage Combat course at Boston University, helping train students in the disciplines of Unarmed and Rapier & Dagger and preparing them for Skills Proficiency Tests. In my final semester of undergraduate training I am serving as assistant fight choreographer for the Boston University School of Theatre productions of Romeo & Juliet and What Screams I Hear Are Mine.
Besides acting and stage combat, I am also passionate about writing, directing, and arts management. I am currently based in Boston, MA, and the Greater Charlotte area of North Carolina. Footage of my work as a stage combatant is available upon request.