After graduating in 2015, I studied mechanical engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Following college, I spent 9 months in Guinea teaching math with the Peace corps; then working for General Dynamics Electric Boat in CT. I’m currently a Systems Engineer for Boeing in Seattle, living on a sailboat with my partner and two cats.
After graduating from FALA in 2015; I attended Agnes Scott College in Atlanta; GA where I received my BA in Sociology & Anthropology. I am currently a doctoral student at the University of Florida where I also received my MA in Sociology. My research focuses on intimate partner violence; family violence; and Fat Studies.
Since graduating, I’ve focused on writing, directing, producing, and media design for the stage. My thesis was a three-part project combining mathematics and theatre: forestry in writing, vectors in directing, and analytic set theory in story structure. Since graduating ASU, I’ve been NYC-based, directing many plays digitally through the pandemic while being a leader in digital performance (I’ll be speaking on a panel at USITT in March 2022). I’m now at CBS and gearing to direct my first NYC, in-person show through Columbia University.