I'm a freelancer of several positions in the entertainment industry. I like crafting, colorful lights, edgy aesthetics, and notoriously Harry Potter.
I first knew I wanted to be a writer in middle school. I wrote a number of Harry Potter fan fics that I pray never again see the light of day, but were a useful building block to my creative endeavors.
Acting came about in my high school drama class (which I only even took because I thought the professor was funny). I eventually settled into a theatre major at the University of Central Florida after taking a voiceover workshop that sealed my decision to be a storyteller.
Modeling was a byproduct of acting. I was always a self-proclaimed "camwhore," but my first headshot sessions with friends turned into full out photoshoots just for fun. It turns out that professional photographers enjoy collaborating with me too.
Going behind the camera came many years after my acting journey began, but I found that my organizational itch was satiated in production. I've learned more about the industry as a Coordinator than all my previous years combined; it is, as I tend to describe it, a stressful kind of fun.
Today, I live in Los Angeles. I've had the pleasure of working with a number of amazing artists who are just as passionate about their work as I am. I've been able to be a part of some incredible feature films, award-winning shorts, theatre performances, commercials, infomercials, industrials, a video game, and even starred in two digital escape rooms.
I keep busy, and as long as I'm keeping creative, I'm happy with the hustle.
I have sectoral heterochromia. According to X-Men: First Class, I'm officially a mutant.
Gryffindor. Pukwudgie. INFJ. 7w6. Leo.
I detested lifting weights at the gym, so I picked up pole dancing for strength training.