Growing up, I was your typical middle child who got lost in her imaginative play for hours on end. Also a very shy, sensitive child, like if you looked at me I would cry type of shy. My third grade teacher recommended that my mom put me in acting camp to help "overcome" my shyness. Looking back I think that it is more accurate to say that I was introverted empath that nobody knew what to do with! But acting camp was a great suggestion that came from a good place and I fell in love with the dramatic arts. When I started reading plays, I fell in love with playwrights. It was wonderful that I didn't have to come up with the words to say, the playwrights did it for me! How awesome! I have a BFA in performance and postgraduate studies in Meisner Technique at Playhouse West (LA) as well as Linklater Vocal Progression with The Phoenix Theatre (PA). I have performed for stage, film and Internet TV. It is an honor and privilege to give voice to a writer's words in Audiobook Narration. I am passionate about being a part of telling stories and endlessly fascinated by the human condition. As an actor and audiobook narrator, I consider myself to be a conduit for the writer's words to pass through to be heard, seen, felt by the audience.
I see it as providing a service; being of service to the story that needs to be told. I live in the greater Philadelphia area with my family and enjoy painting, dancing, dabbling in poetry and being an alpaca enthusiast!