Hello, I am an actor, musician, and teacher from Portland Oregon. I am a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts and founding member of Los Angeles based performance collective Poor Dog Group. I have taught guitar, bass, ukulele, and voice in Los Angeles for over ten years. I am also a theater teacher and acting coach with over six years of experience. I like to include all aspects of performance in my lessons. My main goal is to instill confidence and sense of experimentation in your artistic practice.
I am currently a Teaching artist at the lovely New Heights Charter in Los Angeles. There I teach theater and acting to students from kindergarten to eighth grade. I integrate music, performance, and social skills into our daily ritual of artistic encounters, and engage my students with real challenges customized for young artists.
I have been an actor and teaching artist for 24th Street Theater for over 5 years. I was an ensemble member for 24th Street's field trip show "Enter Stage Right" for four years before I became host of the show. I was a part of 24th Street's Lab24 ensemble and helped them develop plays and programs for their theater season as well as community outreach. I have also been a teaching artist for 24th Street's after school program where I worked with students of all ages.
Music Composition, Sound Design, Research, and Live Performance.
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