How to Spend a Life
Dostoyevsky once said "Man is a mystery... I am studying that mystery because I want to be a human being." At a young age I realized that every mystery about humanity, from the most profane to the sublime, could be explored through acting. My varied interests in science, yoga, reading, writing, photography, music, and the ever capricious New York Giants help constitute the toolbox of curiosities necessary to be a dynamic actor and well-rounded human being. Each role and collaborative process affords my curiosity a new medium to run through, and in the end I'll have lived many lives in one. I figure we can spend our whole life worrying about how to live, or we can allow our curiosity to lead us and worry about the rest later. Our time here is short, so learning how to live seems like a good way to spend a life.