I love reading scripts, novels, imagining the characters and their worlds. I am a dependable person with an approachable and friendly vibe around me, this is important in an actor because of all the people you meet and your co-actors need to be able to talk to you and approach you with any problems that might occur. What I like about acting or modelling in general is how it opens up your mind to new and different creativity and imagination. I like bringing a character from pages to life and making it in my own way and having different characters that will still be the same but unique. I also like working in front of the camera or behind the camera as well because I like taking pictures of my surroundings and working with a team is what I am good at. I have played a variety of different roles such as a little boy named Damien Killjoy from the play called “The Last Resort” by Chris Owen. I also played a character called Verity Taylor from “Find Me” by Olwyn Wymark. I have also played the character of a drunk announcer from the play “Women in Power” by Aristophanes. I also played as a parent in the play called “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” by Rachel Sheinkin. For my role as a parent I used method acting and emotion memory of how I take care of my brother. This shows that as an actor I am able to show different types of characters.