Routinely described as being an actor's director: one that is focused on the fine dynamics of relationship building, character conflict exploration, spectacle, and resolution while ultimately delivering a product that an institution and its audience can be proud of.
With professional teaching experience that is wide and unorthodox (substitute teaching, teacher of kids with emotional disorders, teacher of kids on the autism spectrum, to professor of acting at several colleges) I have a broad understanding of various curriculums, educational progress assessment tools, behavioral recognition - assessment - management tools, strong understanding of the underpinnings of maladaptive behaviors, ability to tie all these into relating what ``life and death`` circumstances and choices means in acting.
Obsessed with creating value for the theatre community and for individuals within the community.