I am a multi-passionate Haitian actress, director, and visual artist. You may know me from Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Empire Discovery World, and Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Macbeth HD. 

     

     I've had the immense pleasure of studying abroad six times  while achieving a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, MFA from ART/MXAT at Harvard University, certificate in classical theatre from the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England.

    Additionally, I was nominated for the Princess Grace Award, nominated for a Jeff award, nominated Best Leading Actress by the BTAA, and was Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Chicago Fellow 2016. As a director, I served as Victory Gardens Theater's Directors Inclusion Initiative Fellow 2019. 

    You can presently find me playing Eloise in Goodman Theatre's School Girl; African Mean Girls, and Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Macbeth HD--both streaming now!!

     

    I'm also partnering with Voices & Faces as their resident director. This organization focuses on illuminating stories from those who've experienced gender-based  violence. Voices & Faces founder, Anne Ream and I adapt stories from refugees from North America and African countries to the stage and screen. 

     

    All of my art making leads me back home to The Haiti Home for Children. I am a proud adoptee from The Haiti Home for Children, where I am now a donor and advocate for the many beautiful children growing up in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Their education and wellness is ensured by the tireless efforts of the US Foundation for the Children of Haiti (USFCH).