Studied with Margaret Ott in Spokane. Bachelor of Arts with special honors in music from Yale University. Master’s of Music from Juilliard; studied with Josef Raieff.
Winner of William Petschek Scholarship and competitive piano minor teaching fellowship. Experience with Martha Graham Company in New York. Premiered multiple works written for dance, invited to showcase Robert Muczynski’s work at Music Teachers’ National Convention of 1990, and revived 20th Century music for modern dance. Taught at Florida State University.
Featured soloist with Spokane Symphony, Washington-Idaho Symphony, and Yale Symphony. Winner of Young Artist Award of Spokane Allied Arts Festival (now Musicfest), State and Northwest divisions of the Music Teachers’ National Association High School Piano Competition and numerous local awards. Composer, soloist and accompanist with Spokane Opera, and faculty member at Gonzaga University.