When I was seven years old, I found my passion for acting. Growing up in an Afro-Latino Caribbean home, watching Telenovelas was not only a part of culture, but also a way of life. I looked forward to gathering around the T.V. with my family to watch these stories unfold and feel the characters pain, joy, loss, and frustration.
In 2015, I received my BFA in Theatre Performance from Randolph College and went on to train with the Atlantic Acting School Full-Time Theatre Conservatory.
Now that my training has come to an end, I aim to apply my knowledge and skills to promote fearless exploration of different methods of story-telling through physical and devised theater, clowning, and improvisation with an ultimate goal of using my skills to build a platform for Theater and Film in the Caribbean.