Welcome! Here's my life story in a nutshell: I was born and eventually I will die. Oh, you want more? I'm flattered! OK, the stork delivered me on May 31st, which makes me a Gemini, the sign of the Twins. In other words, two different people in one body...enough said.

My ethnicity is Japanese, English, German, and Swedish. My Mom and Dad met in Okinawa, Japan, where my Dad was stationed during Vietnam. They married, had my brother, moved back to the States, and had me. I am the proud daughter of a Green Beret and actually survived many Special Forces reunions growing up.

My early childhood was spent in the Midwest, elementary and junior high in Saudi Arabia of all places, and back to the Midwest for high school and college. I was quite the problem child back in the day so we'll leave most of those details out. Believe me, I was an unusually evil teen. What saved my ass throughout was my music, art, and a supportive family.

During my years overseas, my Dad took the family all over the world. I couldn't be more grateful for the amazing eye-opening experiences that have shaped who I am today. I can't thank him enough.

I always had a love for the arts so I originally pursued music and received a full scholarship for Performance Guitar at SMU, but later switched schools and majors. I received my B.F.A. in Commercial Art/Computer Design from Millikin University, a small private liberal arts college in Illinois and worked as a Graphic Designer for a while. Meanwhile, I had been dreaming about making the journey across the country to Southern California and I finally did just that when the time was right. The second I arrived here, I felt instantly at home.

I started modeling, hosting, and acting shortly after realizing that desk jobs are just not for me. You see, I'm a little hyper and a bit of a free spirit, so being forced to sit in a desk for eight hours a day is like a form of torture for me.

I began focusing on music again in recent years, which is the true reason I moved to California. I am very grateful for all the opportunities that have come my way. I really love what I do and each day is a new adventure.