Music, TV/Film, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Drama, Photography, Video/Digital Media, Arts/Music Festivals, Community Service, Entrepreneurship, PR/Marketing, Comedy
Experience: I have a background in acting, so most of my experience has been in the performing arts. When I think about my defining moment, Second City’s Comedy Studies Project immediately comes to mind. Comedy Studies allowed me to expand and develop my skills in writing, acting and improvising comedy.
Dream job in 10 years: Continue my passion for comedic storytelling by working as a TV and film producer. I want to use comedy as a medium to present underrepresented and eccentric viewpoints, ultimately bringing people together through the universality of humor and laughter.
What attracted you to enroll in Northwestern’s MSLCE program? I was attracted to the MSLCE program because I had the opportunity to develop my more creative side while studying the business side of the entertainment industry. I was also drawn to the idea of studying with students with different creative interests and backgrounds.
What are you most looking forward to about the MSLCE program? There are so many things I’m looking forward to this year, but if I had to choose, the summer internship is the one I’m most looking forward to. I look forward to developing skills through practical experience and networking within the industry.
If you could have lunch with anyone (living or dead), who would it be? Phoebe Waller-Bridge positively defines what it means to be a woman working in the entertainment industry…and as an absolute legend, she’s literally one of the coolest women out there. Picking her brain would be an absolute dream.