I love throwing parties, coconut ice cream, Lillet Blanc, and Jameson on the rocks. I love going to foodie meccas for intricate nibbles in strange decorative arrangements as much as grabbing an awesomely messy burger.
I take care with the little things. My way of practicing Tikun Olam is to truly listen and be present for not only those I love, but strangers as well.
I’m a great keeper of secrets. I’m wild about animals (woo hoo dogs!) and equally wild about vintage clothing
(ahhhh...shoes!). I have really little feet and a squeaky sneeze.
I seek the things in a conversation that others miss. Laughter is my favorite kind of music, especially if it is from the belly and accompanied by dancing. I enjoy getting to know people. This includes my adorable parents, my magical friends, and the lovely staff at the drycleaners.
I stand up for the elderly on the train. Or anyone who looks like they've had a bad day. I stop to listen to jazz musicians in the park, even when I’m in a hurry.
I read a lot. Just finished Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet. I can’t stop thinking about it.
I’ve reached the point in my life where understanding myself and others comes before proving a point. I'm looking for an infinitely kind, solid rock to my fire, who is still ridiculously fun, positive and excited about each day as its own treasure.
Performing in the theater feels like home. I adore salsa dancing, and once upon a time, I did demonstrations at a salsa club in Florida. Along with being a professional dancer (musical theater, modern) I’m a published arts journalist. I’m fortunate to have interviewed living legends in my industry.
I take risks, random photos, and dance class every day. I believe in our infinite potential for change and that kindess is never inappropriate. Most importantly, I’m a big fan of Love.