After 7 years living and working in London, UK, I recently moved to the beautiful city of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Originally from Baltimore, MD, in the USA where I studied traditional acting, my desire to explore more playful styles of performance lead me to London in 2009 to study devising and physical theatre at the Lecoq-based London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA). Since graduating in 2011 I have worked in UK theatre, motion capture, and television as an actor and puppeteer.
My work straddles the divide between the human and the puppet and the real and the digital, but it is always based in bringing the imagination to life through movement. I am very excited by motion capture as the digital future of mask and puppetry work and am proud to be a part of this growing part of the industry.
In addition to my training at LISPA I have a BA (High Honors) in Theatre and Literature from Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT, USA. My plan of concentration was a study of Albert Camus's idea of the Absurd and its connection to theatre trends in the mid-20th century.
I am a proud artistic member of Dansk Skuespillerforbund and part of the artistic communities at Forsøgsstationen and House of International Theater.