is a biracial Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary theatre artist and freelance writer. She has directed and produced original works in cities throughout the US. Her writing traverses genres, from academic, to playwriting, to copywriting.
As a theatre artist, she loves developing new plays and musicals, particularly those with stories that represent an array of view points outside of the often homogeneous canon of American theatre.
Her recent theatrical writings include her short play "Ghost Light," presented in At Home Artists Project's Short Play Festival, as well as her play "Cupid's Corner" presented by the Star is Bored podcast as a fundraiser for the Equal Justice Initiative. "Cupid's Corner" has earned her a nomination for the OffWestEnd Awards in the UK. Additional works include In the Same Space (Dixon Place and Williamstown Theatre Festival), and her original musical, Recipe for a Sellout (Book & Lyrics, Wild Project).
As a writer, her portfolio is diverse. She writes freelance SEO content for SEO Butler as well as copy for the up-and-coming neuroscience program for teens, the Level Up Protocol. Additionally, she presented her essay, “Linguistic Theatricality: Translations of Phenomenological Experience of Desire in Julia Cho’s The Language Archive,” at the Philadelphia Theatre Research Symposium in May 2019.
Her recent directing work includes Electricity (Fordham University), Nothing Remained by Voice and Bone (Players Club), Recipe for a Sellout (Wild Project), Loverspy (Dixon Place), and Singr: An Intimate Cabaret (Sheen Center for Thought and Culture). She has directed three iterations of Brooke Shillings’ Ladies of the Land, the first at Fourth Friday Art+Party event at The Drama League, the second at Dixon Place and the third at Philadelphia's Shoe Box Theatre Festival.