I am an actor turned stage manager turned tour guide. I am a Texan transplanted for the love of Boston, and an enduringly curious soul. I am a voracious reader (and purchaser) of physical books, and an ever-eager explorer of the wide world.
Here I offer a brief tour of the various stepping-stones that have brought me to the current moment. For a peek into my more recent adventures, wander on over to the Blog!
In 2012 I moved to Boston and fulfilled a life-long dream I didn’t know I had by becoming a tour guide.
I’ve met some amazing people from around the world and led them down some of the most famous tour paths, telling stories and jokes (both good and terribly punny). More recently, I’ve had the privilege of diving further into my research and designing custom tour routes. There’s so much more to see in Boston than just the Freedom Trail! You can check out where I’m currently wandering in the Hub by clicking on my face right under that cap.
After an adolescence spent treading the boards, I discovered stage management, and spent a wonderful six years exploring behind the scenes. Coming Soon: From symphony orchestra to exploding rubber cats, check out some of my hijinks behind the headset.
My first home in Boston is a little shop on The Hill filled with chocolate! BHC curates artisan delectables from around the world. I spent five good years here, but while I am no longer working at the shop, it is still there for you and all your chocolatey Boston needs.