Starting as a dancer at the age of two, my earliest memories were of toddling around on stage in tiny tutus at dance recitals and putting on shows at home for my family and their very patient friends. My career as a professional dancer eventually evolved into modeling, acting, and writing.
It’s been said that I’m like Swan Lake on three espressos: An outward image of grace and beauty with a frenetic creative energy burning just below the surface. Like a first class flight attendant landing a crippled jet, I am the girl who can stay calm when everyone else is in turmoil. But there is definitely more to me than meets the eye. Peel back the layers and you’ll find someone who is sensitive, romantic and full of wonder.
I currently write a column for Simply Buckhead magazine and contribute articles on lifestyle and fashion for Hope For Women magazine. My writing has also been featured on House of Squirrels, 62nd Stories, and Ms. Love and Happiness. My creative spotlight is completing my first book Fat Girl at Heart; an inspirational memoir about exposing vulnerabilities and overcoming insecurities as a way to let love into your life.
To me, being a Fat Girl at Heart is about the size of your heart, because nothing is sexier than a big-hearted gal.