I'm a Los Angeles-based writer/producer/actor/musician. Recently, I served as Senior Story Producer on season 4 of Cooking Channel's Food: Fact or Fiction? (Revelations Entertainment).
Writing accomplices include my sister and stepfather.
For over a decade, I was primarily a stage actor and appeared at regional theaters across the country, including Berkeley Repertory Theater, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Los Angeles Women's Shakespeare Company, Milwaukee Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Actors Theatre of Louisville.
For ten seasons, I was an acting company member at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Favorite roles there include Kate in The Taming of the Shrew, Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Louison in The Imaginary Invalid, and Nina in The Seagull. In 2012 and 2013, I was a contributing writer and participant in OSF's Black Swan Lab for New Works. In 2014, I associate directed OSF's world-premiere adaptation of The Cocoanuts, written by Mark Bedard and helmed by David Ivers.
In 2013, I became a founding member of The Meriwethers (vocals, keyboards, guitar, projections). In the spring of 2018, Britt Festivals sponsored an artistic enrichment residency for The Meriwethers at Sunny Wolf Elementary, a Title 1 school in Southern Oregon. We continue to bring our shows to audiences of all ages, most recently performing at the Oregon Chapter of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation's 50th anniversary meet-up in Astoria, Oregon. In the spring of 2019, we partnered with Britt Festivals again for a second residency with Sunny Wolf's fourth graders.