Like so many others, I woke up one day and found I was living in New Mexico with no real memory of how I got here. With a BFA from Boston University and a long time member of Cambridge's famed improv company The Proposition, a foray to NYC brought on a nunber of original cast Broadway Musicals and albums, more study (Michael Howard Studio) and hundreds of TV and radio spots. Interesting additions were writing a role for myself on a NYC-based tv pilot, summer stock, a few pre-Broadway tours, singing back up for Vikki Carr and a side step to the field of classical voice. A grant-winning CD of Mon Coeur Chante! The Songs of Cecile Chaminade is still sold on Amazon and archived at Harvard College in the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger College of Contemporary Women. Throw in a lot of regional theatre, some under-fives and that brings me to New Mexico. With more local theatre, teaching muscal theatre and directing for the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and theatre directing gigs, I am now immersed in tv and film. Abe Makes a Movie by Ryan Turri and Matt Peterson. Longmire, Merry Maids of Madness, Better Call Saul, Night Shift, Graves and study, study, study. My first screen play, These Broken Wings took first place in the NMFF's Tale Writer's competition in 2016.