Born and raised in Nashville, TN, I am an emerging stage designer excited to tell the stories that matter. I am passionate about clean, evocative design and storytelling that pushes audiences to expand their perception. I love creative problem solving, collaborating with teams that share my passion, and believe that from broad strokes to minute details, every part of a design should have meaning. New challenges excite me, so I am always looking to develop new skills and expand into new genres and fields; I am not afraid to take a risk.
I received my MFA in Scene Design at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville after spending my undergraduate years in South Carolina at the College of Charleston. Recent credits include Cove Creek Boy and Summer Girls (Scene and Heard, Dublin, IE), Airness, People Where They Are, The Real Inspector Hound (Clarence Brown Theater), The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph’s Baby (River and Rail), Feathers and Teeth (What If? Productions), and the production design for the short film Manufactured Luck. As an assistant, I have worked on productions in theaters across the country including Pure Theater, Olney Theatre Centre, Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, and most recently with scenic designer Donyale Werle at New York City Center.
When I'm not designing, I am improving my Italian, perfecting my cold brew recipe, and being far too invested in Formula 1 Racing.