I am an actor and singer based out of Texas and Louisiana. I was born and raised in Shreveport, LA where I started performing at the age of seven. I was actively involved in theatre and music both in school and in the community. In high school I was president of the drama club and served on the state board for the Louisiana Thespian Society. Twice, I attended the Songbook Academy in Carmel, IN where I worked with industry professionals, including Grammy-nominee and program founder, Michael Feinstein. My second summer at the Songbook Academy, I received the Mentor's Award. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Caddo Magnet High School in May of 2016, and I went on to attend Texas Christian University in August of 2016.
At TCU, I pursued a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in Acting. During my four years at TCU, I appeared in multiple productions, including Fiddler on the Roof and Sister Act, and I continued my vocal training through the School of Music. I also explored directing while I was at TCU, serving as the Assistant Director on an Equity production of First Date with Stage West in Fort Worth, TX and directing two short plays myself, Light and Congenital. Additionally, I spent time developing audio recording and editing skills through my singing and voice acting work. I graduated Summa Cum Laude from TCU in May of 2020 with my Honors Certificate and Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, I decided to continue taking classes to further develop my skills. I am currently attending Bossier Parish Community College in Bossier City, LA, where I am pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Communication Media with a concentration in Sound and Music Recording. Though I am currently honing my more technical skills, I am skill actively working as a performer. I have recently been cast in an upcoming animated series (details coming soon), and I plan to attend the Taos Opera Institute in New Mexico in 2021.