Music is my first memory. I started playing violin when I was 7, but was also always singing for as long as I can remember. It wasn’t until I was 13 that I finally gathered up some courage to take my first musical theatre audition. From my first rehearsal, I was hooked. I loved performing.
I was raised on classical music, old Hollywood musicals, and old school jazz. Specifically, my immediate passion for jazz later brought me to study at Berklee College of Music, a school that not only increased my appetite for that style, but also for many other musical styles as well.
Music has blessed me with many fulfilling experiences, from traveling across the globe to working with and meeting inspiring people who share my artistic passions, both on and offstage. I have sung on ships, I have performed with countless bands on land, sung in a Cappella groups, and even performed onstage at Madison Square Garden–throughout all of this, it has always been and continues to be my desire to make true and sincere music.