About Me!

I am an actor, activist, director, designer, teacher, and creator originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, currently living in Los Angeles. I graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Theater, Dance, & Media with emphases on African American Studies and Women, Gender, and Sexuality. In addition to training at Harvard and with the American Repertory Theater, I have studied at the Atlantic Theater Company and the London Academy of Dramatic Arts, among others.

As an actor, I have performed and studied a wide variety of styles in a wide variety of spaces: contemporary work on the American Repertory Theater's Loeb Mainstage, a musical in the A.R.T.'s alternative club space OBERON, Caryl Churchill in a field, Shakespeare in a black box, and devised experimental work in an entirely immersive world. I am compelled by art that asks the hardest questions, no matter the form.

As a creator and activist, I have always been passionate about using art to create social change, focusing on principles of socially engaged art. I work to help tell stories that don't always get told, and to create work that pushes boundaries while creating safe spaces for marginalized individuals.


Civil Defense: Red Rover is out NOW from Multihouse Entertainment. Click here to watch the short film and Firework videos, play the Augmented Reality game, and preview the graphic novel.

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Violet (Lead) in feature film Family Affair, written and directed by Robert Hensley. Post-production. Poster (left) by Andrew Adams Design

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Lead in World Premiere of Never is Now, written by Wendy Kout and directed by Tony Abatemarco at the Skylight Theatre Company. September 21-October 27.

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Co-Producer and Intimacy Coordinator for Feeling Sexual, written and directed by Brooke Ross. Post-production

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Placed third in A Better World Running's Winter Break 10k race! (not art-related, but still fun and cool!)



"Visions of Feminism"

"Gender, thou art a construct"

"Standing Up: Student Groups Take on Sexual Assault"

Doctor Faustus Review