I grew up in the small town of Winters, California, in a close-knit family of entertainers. My love of music and entertainment resulted from singing with my father's band on weekends for various gigs.  

After high school, I packed my bags and attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy of the Performing Arts in NY. After graduation, I started working professionally all over the world.  

 I had the opportunity to move to Nashville, TN, to write and record music. I signed with RCA Nashville on the BNA label under the direction of Joe Galante and Renee Bell, where I had the privilege of recording with David Malloy. This was an extraordinary time, and it taught me so much that I have carried with me throughout my career.  

I was cast as the voice of Stacy the Tooth Fairy in a Comcast  
movie, where I recorded under the direction of Disney voice-over director Jamie Thomason. My voice has also been featured for Stacy the Tooth Fairy Doll, available in Target stores and on Amazon.  

While living in Nashville, I've had the privilege to perform on The General Jackson and tour nationally with Matt Davenport Productions.  

 I am currently working as a full-time voice-over artist, and I also sing with The Jazz Alliance Big Band. In addition, I am excited to announce that I will be a part of Nashville's Christmas show “We Need A Lot of Christmas” at Fiddle Dee Farms in 2024.