Originally from Wichita, Kansas, my passion for theatre grew through piano lessons starting at the age of 7. I honed my craft at local theatres such as Music Theatre for Young People and Music Theatre of Wichita.
In 2011, I graduated cum laude from Wichita State University with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre under the voice instruction of Dr. Deborah Baxter and coaching with Marie Allyn King. While at WSU, I performed numerous roles including Rufus Parke (Lady Be Good) and Pooch Kearney (Good News!). I also received an Irene Ryan nomination for my portrayal of Mr. McQueen in Urinetown to compete at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. For two summer seasons, I performed inTulsa, Oklahoma working for Light Opera Oklahoma or LOOK Music Theatre.
When not performing, I enjoy spending time with friends and family. I love to workout and practice yoga. I also volunteer my time to local charities and LGBT organizations.
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