I have always been one to live a life full of passion while staying as optimistic as I can through any experience that life has to offer.  After all, every experience provides an opportunity to learn and grow, so let us take advantage of that as we continue to evolve on this adventurous ride of life.


On the path of maintaining a happy and passionate life, I’ve discovered that acting is a large part of that for me.  Initially, I was studying to become a therapist; after switching majors, I’ve kept up with psychology as a hobby, but I’ve also learned that understanding the mind very much helps with understanding a character.  There is a strong connection between psychology and acting as they both involve empathy and understanding why a person is the way they are.  We are each simply a product of our environment and upbringing as well as how we navigate our experiences through life.  I’ve always learned most life lessons through stories, mainly from watching tv shows and movies.  These stories also gave me the opportunity to be more open-minded by learning why a person is the way they are without the initial judgement of what society would deem as appropriate.  This led me to realize what I admire most about acting: it is the learning opportunity it gives to the audience (and even to the actor).  It is the ability to shift people’s views and to challenge their initial thoughts.  It is the opportunity to be able to understand people better and to be more open-minded, especially towards those who are different from us.  Ultimately, it creates more compassion and understanding, something that we will always need in this world.  


During my down time, I love to cook, lounge, watch tv shows, play video games (self-built PC, Nintendo, and PS4), craft, and spend time with my baby doge, Yoshi.


I graduated from Southern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theater and have taken a few programs in New York City as well as Chicago; I currently reside in Los Angeles.  My most recently completed class was a voice-over class; I would love to do some work for video games and animation in the future. 


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