spent his childhood playing zany and intense characters in his makeshift basement plays, riffing on John Williams themes on his family’s old piano, and teaching his elementary school buddies the correct way to sing “The Crawfish Song” during 3pm music time.
Now grown up and living in NYC, he does all those same things under the guise of a career. He performs as a unionized actor in Off-Broadway and regional productions, writes ambitious scores for new musicals and multimedia shows, and teaches non-traditional students the technique and joy of singing. And he brings along his personal curiosity, humility, and gusto to every setting.
In truth, life as a young artist is far more complicated, expansive, and fulfilling than he possibly imagined.
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