I was born in New York, and attended middle school and high school there, though I spent my early childhood in a coastal town in Greece.
Since moving back to New York in 1997, I’ve been immersed in the arts, including acting, singing, piano, ballet and flamenco throughout middle school and high school. I studied economics at Barnard College, but I continued taking acting classes and participating in student films at New York Film Academy to keep in touch with my creative side.
After my college graduation in 2010, I movedout to Los Angeles to attend the Stella Adler Academy of Acting, then continued to study acting at UCB, Lesly Kahn, and Stan Kirsch Studios.
While in Los Angeles, I have been in several short films and completed five independent features; many of these projects have been recognized in film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, and the Boston Film Festival. I was also a proud member of the SkyPilot Theatre Company, and played the lead in their original production of “Lights Off, Eyes Closed” in 2012.
When not acting, I enjoy taking road trips and traveling in general – you can check out the travel blog I run over at losethemap.com! I love seeing new places and will try everything at least once.
Things I can’t live without: my music, books, Netflix, coffee, sunny days by the ocean, alone time while hiking/road trippin’, and a great burger and/or steak.