vita / bio


Before beginning graduate work at Columbia, I was a professional performer for 15 years, working both as a stage actor and a classical singer. I hold a Bachelor of Music degree from Boston University's School of Music, where I was a Trustee Scholar; and a graduate diploma in acting from Trinity Rep Conservatory. I performed extensively as a concert and operatic soloist, primarily in Boston and New England. I am an alumnus of the Tanglewood Music Center, where I began studying with my longtime teacher Phyllis Curtin; and of tenor Carlo Bergonzi's Accademia Verdiana in Busseto, Italy.

My acting career involved extensive performance in New York, regional, and touring companies. I played leading roles in musical, classical, and contemporary theater, and my work also included musical direction and translation, working as a member of Actors' Equity Association, the professional stage actor's union.

I also pursued a parallel career in technology, including my position as President of Flat Dog Productions, Inc., a small company that provided technical consulting services and developed software for the digital print production studios of a premier advertising agency.

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