Some call me Ginny. I have no preference.
I have lived in Los Angeles about three years, depending on the time elapsed between my writing and you reading. Settled near MacArthur Park, I spend my days writing, editing for myself and others, amidst the ebbs and flows of acting work, studying with Master Coach Martha Gehman and trying to breathe steadily.
I received my BA from the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized study. My senior colloquium was a comparison of Boleslavsky and Stanislavsky Method Acting with Locke and Hume's Empiricism, particularly in the congruencies of sensory stimuli and experience.
Prior to transferring into NYU, I read Philosophy at the University of Bristol in England for a year upon completing GCSE's and A-Levels at Bedales School, an hour's train ride south of London. I lived in England as a student from the age of 14-19. No, I didn't have family there.
During my undergrad years, I interned for the United States Senate in D.C. (2012), The Colbert Report Final Season (2014) and the Advance Team at City Hall, the Office of the Mayor (2015).
In LA, I interned for Animals Magazine (2017) and have been aide to many painting, photography, and film projects. I am currently trying my hand at screenplay, a rather different animal to academic, philosophical, fiction and journal writing.
I was born in Louisiana.
I grew up primarily in DC, with stints in Virginia, Maryland and Rhode Island. My teenage years were spent with perpetually muddy shoes, running around the countryside of Southern England.