Growing up, I always wanted someone to see the potential within me and invest in cultivating my creative skills. Now, as a teaching artist, I can be that person for others. I believe that encouraging children’s storytelling abilities and showing them they are worth listening to is crucial to producing a generation of empowered, generous, and creatively free artists.
Living History in a museum:
I primarily serve as a supervisor, trainer, performer, and program developer for Museum of the Bible's Living History Department as my "day job." MotB is a forerunner in interactive exhibits and programs.
Currently I'm developing an interactive tour through the history floor to teach the progression of scribing through time.
Check out some of our virtual projects!
Teaching art to the masses:
Throughout the year I appear at different schools, theaters, and arts education companies to run Musical Theatre and Acting workshops, Intro to Drama classes, and a variety of Theatre-based summer camps.
Check out the companies I currently or have worked with below:
Well Told Stories:
Telling great stories is one of my core passions. As a director, I have the opportunity to do this on a grand scale! I have directed with such organizations as NextStop Theatre Company, Regent University, and Reston Players.
See my full resume below.
Princess By day:
I work part time as a princess with Ever Laughter Parties VA, a children’s event company that serves the DC Metro area. As a performer of such characters as the Snow Queen, Rapunzel, Wonder Woman, and more, I create magic with each visit for adults and children alike!