I prepare my students to stand out from other professionals in their field by encouraging
them to be curious, open to new experiences, not afraid to try new ideas and to become
a life-long learner.
I am committed to educating students to understand that theory and practice are not
mutually exclusive, but philosophically intertwined.
- Having a student excitedly tell me that she heard someone quote my article “What Does
Chaos Theory Have to do With Art?” in a conference presentation.
- Working as an Advisor and Collaborator on Gerald Freedman’s 2009 production of “Saint
- Designing lights for a production of “Equus” in 2006 with UNCSA emeritus faculty Mark
Pirolo and current faculty David E. Smith.
- Having the opportunity to run sound and video for Karen Finley’s presentation of “American
Chestnut” at Cornell University in 1996.
- Spending a month with the SITI Company studying the Suzuki Method and Viewpoints,
Ph.D in Theatre History, Theory, and CriticismThe University of Washington School of Drama
M.F.A. Lighting DesignThe University of South Carolina
B.A. Theatre ArtsRowan University, formerly Glassboro State College