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Videos from Class

drama

comedy

Dramatic 

Sci-Fi

Comedic

Acting Reel

Directed by Jason Gullifer

A Good Distraction

Directed by Jason Gullifer

Waking Up

The Big Event

Directed by Jason Gullifer

Half Light

The Bar Crawl

Directed by Jason Gullifer

Waking Up

Directed by Drey Singer

Password: wakingup

Half Light

Directed by Dominic Disla 

Most Embarrassing Moment - I  was in 7th grade. There was an after-school shuttle bus that a bunch of 7th and 8th graders took to the high school if they had older siblings driving them home. On this bus, in the front, was a little fan facing the driver. On this specific day, my hair was down... And I boarded the bus, already on which was my crush, whom I 100% thought I was going to marry. Ready to be his housewife. Kids names picked out and everything. Like talked allll the time on AIM. Never in person tho, of course. I was on the bus, standing at the front, waiting for the line to move as students found their seats. And as the line moved, I stepped forward. However, my head didn't come with me... My hair somehow had gotten warped into the little fan. You see, I was a shy little perfectionist. And looking out of control was my worst nightmare. So I  just stood there as if if I acted like nothing was wrong, everything would continue normally and I could handle this situation once everyone was off the bus... For some reason, the possibility of my hair needing to be chopped off if I didn't make a move quick didn't cross my mind. Kids were like WTF why are you blocking the way, as they moved around me. And eventually, the driver saw what was happening... so he jumped to the rescue, drawing everyone including my crushes's attention. The driver turned off the fan and slowly began unwinding my long stringy hair as most of the students were either laughing or at least staring. I blacked out at this point, but I would assume it took a few minutes to complete the task. Good news: my hair was somehow a-okay. Looking back, it seems that what was so embarrassing to me was that I looked silly... which is ironic that I am an actress and my job includes making a fool of myself :) Love a good full circle. 

Why I Love Acting  -  It allows me to access and learn about parts of me that I might not otherwise ever reach, as well as provides an opportunity to express emotions that tend to get bottled up. And the idea that I could potentially help/touch/tickle/affect/evoke/communicate to someone who might be watching is where the motivation and passion to convey truth comes in. Meaning the work and commitment this profession requires. And obviously I love it because it's a blast-- there's a reason kids love to play pretend. Unfortunately, for some reason, many people allow themselves to stop

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