I'm a playwright, actor and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, and New York, writing from and for the Latinx and African American diaspora.
I came to the arts after nonprofit programs came to my public schools - so for me, the arts and social advocacy have always been linked.
After years of performing, I started writing when I was disappointed with the roles available to me as an actress. I branched into film from there and I've been working in all 3 disciplines ever since!
I write sincere work that fuses disparate genres with an eye toward social issues.
I’m interested in stories that follow marginalized people through struggle for self-definition in a society that operates on stereotypes.
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Stiletto Envy (Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival, The Fire this Time Festival); To Serve Butter (Ensemble Studio Theater LA); A Brief History of the U.S. (Kennedy Center Millennium Stage); Snow Gray (Young Playwrights Inc. Competition); From Another House (California Playwrights Project).
Performed Off-Broadway in the Fire This Time Festival and TDF's Performeteria, National Finalist for the August Wilson Monologue Competition; YoungArts regional winner for the Spoken Theater category; ensemble member with The Actor’s Gang Theater in Culver City.
Writer, Director and lead Actor of the web series Meet Me @ The Clinic; creator of a video series for Encompass at the Western Justice Center; Writer, Producer, Director and Cinematographer for the CU Sketch Show.