I graduated from New York University with Honors in 2022 after creating an original play as an Independent Project at ETW, which can be viewed here.
I began my acting training at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City at the age of fifteen. After graduating from the Young Actors program, I continued my training at Strasberg for my first two years at New York University’s Tisch School of Drama.
In my third year, I studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, where I earned a certificate in Shakespeare Performance. After returning from abroad, I was accepted into the Experimental Theatre Wing for advanced training, where I stayed for the rest of my time at NYU.
The combination of Method training at Strasberg, Shakespeare text-in-body work at RADA, and Grotowski-based physical work at ETW have all contributed greatly to the way I approach my practice and overall artistry.
Movement is a vital part of my process as well. In studying the techniques of Laban, Viewpoints, Feldenkrais, Alexander, and contact improv, I developed a love for movement and utilize it often in my work. I plan to teach movement in the future and continue to make movement-centric work.