I help motivated actors learn to trust themselves so they can get out of their own heads and create magic in the audition room without compromising who they are.
When I’m not doing that, you can find me in prepping for my own auditions, climbing as many hills as I can find with my high energy pup, bingeing on my favorite shows (currently This is Us & Ozark) or diving into a vat of truffled popcorn.
If you want to build the acting career you’re proud of, I can teach you how to own and apply your strengths so that you will believe in yourself again, feel empowered in the audition room and feel ready to book more work.
The best place to start is my free, 5-step Action Guide which will give you a taste of what the Magnetic Actor Method is all about. Or if you're a go-getter and want to hit the ground running, then my mini-course, The Confident Actor Project, is for you. You can read more about what you'll get, here.
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Here are 10 things about me that may surprise you:
I was born and raised in Hawaii and didn’t have to wear shoes to school until 7th grade.
I went to college at the University of Michigan and my heart literally aches (in a good way) when I think about my time there.
Right after college I worked as a roller-skating waitress in a Manhattan restaurant WITH STAIRS. Yup, imagine me rolling towards you with a tray of mugs and a pot of hot coffee. Freak out, right? I did fall, more than a few times. No one else was injured.
I worked for J.P.Morgan in sales & trading for over 18 years. Many embarrassing things happened during that time including a veeery public trading floor L.L. Cool J rap gone wrong (damn cassette tape lyric transcribing!) and when a pair of my undies fell out of my jeans on casual Friday...in front of a male colleague. Let's just say it did not stay a secret between us, as I had hoped. And he still brings it up as the highlight of his career.
I used to secretly read US Weekly on business trips when I should have been reading research reports. When people asked what I did on the plane, I told them I read U.S. Weekly, to make it sound important.
My 76-year old mom is teaching me how to trade cryptocurrencies.
I reeeeally love dark chocolate. My favorite is from a bean-to-bar Willy-Wonka like factory on Oahu (in my hometown of Kailua) called Manoa. It’s how I imagine Heaven must smell.
I can’t keep up with all the good TV and it’s really frustrating. Friday Night Lights was the first show I binge-watched after I resigned from J.P. Morgan, and Tim Riggins remains my fave 😍.
I’m an Extreme Fondant Sculptor and for the last 8 years have made intricately decorated cakes and cupcakes for my daughters’ birthdays