I'm a talented, adventurous freelancer with innumerable performances behind me, from weddings to the avant-garde. I'm versatile, flexible, thoroughly  professional and I care deeply about meeting the needs and expectations of my clients. 

I began in the Suzuki schools of Lincoln, NE; at 13 I won a spot in the Rocky Ridge Music Seminar, where I studied for several summers under Rami Solomonov of the Chicago Lyric Opera. Later I worked with Harry Levine of the University of Nebraska, 
Judith Ablon of the Nashville Symphony and Dan Barach of the Eastman School of Music.    

I moved to Atlanta in 2001; I became the principal violist of the Dasaolo Solisti Chamber Orchestra and the  Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra. I've performed with the Capitol City Opera, the Georgia Philharmonic, Dekalb Symphony Orchestra, Aurora Theater, Out of Hand Theater and many other local groups. I retired my orchestral seats in 2008 to devote more time to chamber music: I was the  first violinist in  String Theory Atlanta and the primary violinist and coordinator of the Vauxhall Garden Variety Players. In 2017 I relocated to New York City, where I became the first violinist in Distorted Fourplay.