Every word is an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness.
— Samuel Beckett

Samuel Beckett writes nothing but the truth. Silence and nothingness leave a lasting impression that can stain the mind forever. Growing up in small town Oxford, Connecticut silence was easy to find. These moments of absolute silence remain with me to this day as some of the best memories in my life. Each lasting impression inspires me to recreate and relive a particular moment. As a lighting designer I aspire to  leave a lasting impression. Something so simple as light can evoke various emotions and memories of the past and I find that fascinating. Sometimes the simplest things can be so powerful. 

I obtained my degree from Marymount Manhattan College, receiving a BA in Theatre Arts: Concentrating in Design and Technical Production (Lighting Design) and Producing and Management. Some college theatrical credits include: Tartuffe, Ratcatcher, Ivanov, Woyzeck, and Tumor. Regional Credits: The Rainmaker (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Tartuffe (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), STNJ 2018 GALA, Shakespeare Live! (STNJ), Something Merry This Way Comes (STNJ) and The Hundred Dresses (Ivoryton Playhouse). 

Currently working on my M.F.A. at Carnegie Mellon University: School of Drama - Expected Graduation 2022.