In 2009, I became a freelance wardrobe style for personal clients and a campaign stylist American Eagle/Aerie. Back then I also started on-camera hosting. My hosting agent told me I needed a niche and I told him about my styling. It was then, I turned my personal website into a blog. Two years later in 2011, I started doing outfit posts and the rest is history.
Not anymore. I’m a full time actress and writer who maintains my blog and social media part-time.
Just do it. Seriously. Don’t talk about it, don’t dream about it, just go for it! And with that be YOU. Don’t try to be like any other blogger out there. Find your unique voice and work hard at it. I’ve been blogging since 2011. I didn’t make a living from blogging until 2014. It takes time but if you really love it, you’ll stick with it! If you don’t love it, that’s okay too!
I’m originally from Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, my family and I moved to Manhattan where I lived until I moved to Los Angeles in 2005.
Yes! I’ve been with my husband, Damien Fahey since 2007. We married on June 28th, 2013.
Nope. But maybe some day. More on our journey here.
I’ve always loved acting and television. When I was a kid, I was obsessed with sitcoms. I watched way too much television and knew then that I wanted to one day be on TV. But, I was also the first person in my immediately family to go to college and as a first-generation American, I felt I had to get “a real job.” It wasn’t until I turned 30, that I seriously started pursuing acting. I had been in LA for 3 years and I was ready to take the plunge!
Yes. You can find their contact info here.
Similar to my advice on blogging, if you want to be an actor then you need to just do it! What I mean by that is, get into acting classes, audition for plays in your town, find other actors and creatives and make a web series. Be active in launching your career. Acting careers take time. No one is an over night success. They may seem like one when they land a hit tv show or film but 99% of those people have been acting for at least 10 years before they “hit it big.” Plus, so many actors are simply “working actors” which is amazing! They may not be famous but they make a living doing what they love!