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Besides being a big toothed cheeseball, I am a born and raised Oregonian. So you know, flannel, chunky knits, constant rain, and of course, microbrews and ethically sourced coffee make me feel at home. 


I have a BFA in Acting from Southern Oregon University and a love for Shakespeare and text work.

I spent the better part of 2019 tootling  around the Forest of Arden in As You Like It at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where I was also a member of their teaching staff.

Since then, I joined the Resident Acting Company of Valley Shakespeare Company, Western Oregon University's professional summer theatre. 


In addition, I have continued to build my own company, Struts & Frets Theatre Company, a text based theatre, focused on providing quality productions and apprenticeships to local theatre students. 

Here are some things I love,

  • waffle weave bathrobes, a freshly scrubbed face, cream in coffee, and a glass of white wine. All at once if you're feeling extra wild.

  • the Modern Love podcast.

  • the feeling where your heart swells when you hear a piece of music or a passage of text that has warmly laid its little hand in yours.

  • intersectional productions of Shakespeare focused on dismantling oppressive systems.

  • the moment a student's understanding clicks, with that audible "oh!"

  • my dog.

  • other people's dogs.

In rehearsal for Cymbeline at Struts & Frets Theatre Company
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Tablework for Summerfolk at the Oregon Center for the Arts
2010 - present
2010 - present
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