"I began my love affair with movement as a child - gymnastics classes revealed an uncanny rope-climbing ability and dance training led to summertime choreography sessions on the grass that kept me outdoors until the fireflies appeared. At that time, I had my first taste of performance as a dancer and singer. Later, I painted, and was fascinated with color and form. And I took naturally to the air when I found my passion in circus and aerial performance - combining highly physical work with performance and artistry suited me perfectly.
I have trained and performed throughout the U.S. and Canada, working as a solo performer and choreographer, and as an enthusiastic collaborator in duo and ensemble groups, in a variety of aerial and ground disciplines, such as trapeze, tissu, sling, corde lisse, handbalancing, partner acrobatics, and dance.
Based out of Boston, I am in creation on new projects, having concluded work as an aerialist, puppeteer, and dancer/actor understudy with Threesixty Entertainment's U.S tour of Peter Pan. I am pursuing movement analysis certification at the Laban Institute of Movement Studies (NY) and continue working as performing artist, teacher, choreographer, and consultant.
The technicality of circus, the art of dance, and the power of theater are equally important in my work and I enjoy challenging, blurring and hopping the line between these genres. I value versatility and evolution, and am inspired by the world - the world within us, the world between us, and the world around us."