I'm a director and directing assistant from Orlando, Florida. Since graduating from Princeton University's English and Theatre programs, I've split my time between institutional theatre work and freelance theatre projects.
Though I joined the university as an actor and classical singer, I found directing during my second year while staging ancient Greek theatre for modern audiences under Tim Vasen's tutelage. For the following two years, I directed as much as possible while focusing on classwork that would broaden my skills in the form: musical theatre direction (John Rando), re-inventing established work (John Doyle), collaborative theatre and devising (Elevator Repair Service's Aaron Landsman), and performance studies (Jill Dolan & Stacy Wolf).
Upon graduating, I dedicated a year to institutional training at Studio Theatre in D.C. As Studio's Artistic Apprentice, I assisted the directors of all five shows in their mainstage series and served as a key associate in the casting, literary, and scouting departments. The following summer, I served as a directing intern at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. I now live and freelance in New York City.