Some call me Ginny. I have no preference.
I am a writer and actor living in Los Angeles.
Currently, I’m the Associate Editor for SOVO// Magazine, a position I assumed in February 2019.
I write articles, fiction, essays, poems, songs, and I have a diary for the overflow of superfluous feelings.
I am enrolled at NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Science getting my M.F.A. in Creative Writing via the low-residency program in Paris.
I have acted in multiple short films, music videos, experimental immersive theatre, comedic & dramatic improv, and have studied multiple methods, primarily Stanislavsky/Strasbourg with acting master coach Martha Gehman.
Recently, I have played the lead of unreleased short film The Prayer, now in post-production, by Extrovert Entertainment.
Last fall (2018), I appeared in multiple roles at the debut of Bride of Blood at the Skylight Theatre.
Prior, to Los Angles, I lived in New York while studying my Bachelor of Arts. from NYU in Individualized Studies, focus on writing, acting, & philosophy. I had internships on the final season of The Colbert Report (2014) and in the Advance Team of the Mayor’s Office, New York City Hall (2015). In LA, I was an intern at Animals Magazine as I remotely completed my B.A.
Before transferring to NYU as a sophomore, I read Philosophy at the University of Bristol, U.K. (2011-2012).
High school years, I left the states on my own to pursue the specialized academic system in England at Bedales School. The summer I moved back to the U.S., I interned at The Senate in Washington D.C. My childhood was spent primarily in the D.C. area and Rhode Island. I was born in Louisiana.