I was born and raised in northern New Jersey. I grew up writing and directing plays, starring myself, with some help from my siblings and cousins to stage these great performances. I always knew acting was what brought me happiness. 

 

     This was solidified when I got to play the role of young Cosette in Les Mis in my first year of middle school, led by a director other than myself. Being surrounded by people like me sharing the same love ignited me and truly turned me into an actor for life. My passion for performing led me to Rutgers University to major in Theater, immediately followed by conservatory training at The American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City.

     I became even more invested when the world of film opened its doors and let me in. I thoroughly enjoy being on set, traveling to new locations, and bringing new characters to life. I also continue to develop and perform my original cabaret series with stories and songs relating to my life as an artist. In my free time, I indulge in all types of aerial fitness and choreographing new

dances. I especially love taking pictures, and creating my own unique photo shoots.