We look to the past to shape our future. Who are you? Where are you going from here?

I am a committed performer of the theatre. I am taking all that I learn from my experiences here in Sense & Sensibility and applying them in my next endeavors; in this case, Boxes at Good Theater later this Fall.

What most excites you about being a part of TAM’s 50th Anniversary Season?

The fact that it is my first year on the main stage in TAM’s 50th. It’s a theatrical institution to be reckoned with in Maine and I’m honored to be a part of it!

Have you more Sense than Sensibility? Do you consider yourself more of a “Marianne” or an “Elinor” and why?

A Marianne. I find it difficult to fully conceal my thoughts/emotions, at least for as long as Elinor does.

Who inspires you and why?

My Mom, to be a little momma’s boy. She has a real willpower and strength of character that I admire. She’s a person of action that aspire to be.

You can have dinner with any three influential people. Who are your dream guests, why them, and what is the topic of conversation?

Joel Cohen, Larry David, and Fran Walsh and we’d talk about crafting the perfect screenplay.

What recent accomplishment are you most proud of?

The premiere of my latest short film, For The Love of Kyle, in Ohio and more recently in Virginia and New Jersey.

What’s your super power?

The ability to play flute. I’m pretty good at the flute.