IN THE TIME OF COVID-19
A relentless commitment to doing what I love has allowed me to create and be a part of the communities who forged ahead to create these works (of which I am proud) during the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a long road ahead to address this public health crisis, and the film, theatre, and tv industries— truly, the whole arts ecosystem— to my mind will never be the same again — all of us in the arts and entertainment will have to adapt to survive. I am committed to learn from the past, honor the traditions and works that have fortified me, and surrender myself to the unavoidable process of evolution to shape a thrilling arts landscape of the future. Below this ever growing section of my portfolio, you can also find images and examples of my work from before February 2020.
Braving new territory and setting goals to stay healthy and sane— writing and sharing a pilot is one of those things. My goal is to entertain you and make you laugh with a live showing of CHRONIC—born from my own 25 year experience with type 1 diabetes. I'm super excited to take the next steps to produce this pilot episode.
...Hope you enjoyed King Lear, c/o
The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. Our 3 month equity virtual run was a whopper. I laughed, cried, loved and hated this strange new way of working.
Read one review, hit me up, and let's keep pushing those creative boundaries.
Voicing the villainous Angelica Graves, in Peabody Award winning producer Benjamin Strouse's podcast "Six Minutes"...followed by the voice of Stank, the empathetic skunk featured in the live reading of Greg Beattie's musical "The Very Last One and Only Highly Endangered Mountain Lion in Pennsylvania"