I'm a talented, adventurous freelancer with extensive performing experience, from weddings to recitals to the avant-garde. I'm versatile, flexible and 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 performed with the Capitol City Opera, the Georgia PhilharmonicDekalb Symphony Orchestra, Aurora Theater, Out of Hand Theater and many other local groups. I eventually retired these seats 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 joined the ACMA Chamber Orchestra, the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra and became a founding 
member of Distorted Fourplay.