Thanks for making your way to my little corner of cyberspaceland.
Not sure what brought you here –
my acting work,
on-air correspondent gigs,
new media production projects
or just random Googling –
but I’m glad you made it!
A little about me...
I’m a classically trained actress and have appeared in numerous theater productions in the L.A. area, as well as in comedy shows such as MORTIFIED!, SHOW & TELL (UCB) and WHAT I LIKE ABOUT JEW. On-screen appearances include ALL MY CHILDREN, CHARMED, SEVENTH HEAVEN and STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (yes, I have a playing card, much to my Trekkie father`s delight). I also love me some internets, and can be seen in the web series BACK ON TOPPS and THE SHAMAN. For my full resume and clips from some of my TV work, click here. For more on my theater company, The Antaeus Company, click here. I'm one quarter of the SCIRENS, a collective of actresses dedicated to advocating for scientific literacy in the general public and creating science-infused entertainment content. You can follow our sci-enthusiastic adventures here or find us on Twitter @Scirens.
I’m an on-camera host, something that feeds my eternal curiosity, as well as my appetite for writing & producing. Red carpets, sit down interviews, studio pieces, on location adventures – I love it all! I especially enjoy covering entertainment and science & tech news and events. Adventures include hosting MARVEL LIVE's Red Carpet premiere shows for movies like THE AVENGERS and GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY; covering the Oscars and the Emmys for THE RED CARPET REPORT; writing and hosting 30 episodes of THE SPOTLIGHT, a lighthearted tech news show for consumer tech site Tom's Guide; correspondent work for PBS's WIRED SCIENCE; and AT THE FEST (Webby honoree), which featured interviews with independent film directors, writers and talent.
My writing spans both narrative work and traditional reporting. I earned my first WGAW script-writing credits working on the acclaimed Pemberley Digital series EMMA APPROVED, a modern adaptation of Jane Austen's EMMA. My work on the series also included transmedia writing for the show's multiple social platforms, a role I also filled for the company's latest series, FRANKENSTEIN, M.D.
As a print journalist, I have been published in VARIETY, FILMMAKER and THE INDEPENDENT. Online outlets include tubefilter.tv, indieWire, RedCarpetReport.com, and MsInTheBiz.com. I took a deep dive into the the world of non-fiction film when serving as Associate Editor of the IDA's DOCUMENTARY magazine, writing stories about everything from director/subject relationships to filmmaker profiles to distribution how-to's. In my spare time, I blog about science and the arts at Science Lush.
I'm a frequent speaker and moderator on industry panels focusing on technology, new media and the entertainment industry, including events hosted by Digital Hollywood; Women in Film; NATPE's LATVFest; the Writers Guild of America, West; the Consumer Electronics Show (CES); Social Media Week; the Northwestern University Entertainment Alliance; the Organization of Black Screenwriters; LA WebFest; the Jackson Hole Tech Symposium; and Science Online.
I love working on other people's projects as well as my own. I was an interactive producer with entertainment marketing firm Crew Creative, where I worked on projects for clients such as Discovery Channel, Overture Films, Picture People, iklipz.com and Warner Independent Pictures. I also work as a freelance field producer for companies such as IFC News and Barnes and Noble, shooting everything from event coverage to man-on-the-street pieces.
My grassroots environmental campaign, CHANGE THE MARGINS, focuses on making the world a bit more eco-friendly, one piece of paper at a time. It's been featured on NPR and in a variety of new publications and periodicals. For more, see www.changethemargins.com.