I’m an actor, producer and writer based in NYC. I grew up in Harrisburg PA, fly fishing with my dad on weekends and religiously listening to the entire David Bowie discography with my mom. I'm half Greek and find my Greek heritage has informed how I tell stories (lots of arm gestures and drama).
I moved to NYC to attend Marymount Manhattan College for my BFA. After graduation I worked in off-off broadway theater for a few years. In 2012, I was a part of Theatermakers at the Eugene O’Neill Center NTI, where I discovered that I feel most inspired developing new works. I crave the collaborative process between actor, writer and director. In 2019 I graduated from The New School of Drama with my MFA in Acting where I was able to originate several roles including “Pearl” in Pony Up by Mallory Jane Weiss and “Andie” in The Tall Ones by Miles Orduña.
In 2020, I wrote, produced and starred-in a short film called Counting, which centers on the life of a young woman struggling with severe OCD. The film went on to win several awards, was re-scored by Sony Music and was featured at the Cannes Film Festival 2022, Short Film Corner.
Having lived with OCD my whole life, I am passionate about normalizing mental health struggles and sharing my belief that human beings have much more in common than we do in contrast.
When I’m not creating, I’m probably reading, crafting or coding. I work in software development as my side-hustle and find it fun to stimulate a totally different part of my brain!