Hey everyone, I’m just a small town girl, living in a lonely world, I took the midnight train going anyyyywherrreee…. just kidding.

I did however grow up in a small town, the kind of place where you can expect a horse ranch or two, at least, around your block. Just about an hour away from Montreal, my neighbourhood was filled with streets named after music and art (how poetic). Roads named Touraine, Symphony, Orchestra and Soprano to be specific. Up until about two years ago, my biggest goal in life was to graduate to the burrow named after different wines. I mean hell yea I want to live on a street named Bordeaux, it’s just an excuse for guests to bring more to my house parties.

Skip forward two years, and I am now a full-time student in University pursuing a career in Public Relations and Communications and thought it best to move my way down to the city. What do I think? Can’t get enough. I mean I always knew this would happen, NYC has always been my ultimate dream (hence the cheesy intro I provided you lucky spectators), but not to become a broadway show actor like you’d think. I mean if anyone were to make it in the art of drama it would’ve been me ’cause I’m dramatic as hell and I have a mean Opera singer impersonation, but it’s just not my thing. I used to love drama until I realized that the funny girl never gets to play the pretty part too. Once when I auditioned for a spot in the local production of The Frog Prince, they cast me as a jealous cat, envious of the love between the frog and the Princess. That’s not even the worst of them. I’ve been Fiona the frog, Monty the mussel man (mussel not muscle, it was an ‘under the sea’ interpretation of a circus), and low and behold I was once a dandelion, and that’s the closest I’ve ever gotten to a powerful yet feminine lead role. So, I decided to pursue a career that would donate a daily dose to my self-esteem and began a career in retail fashion. But, until I become the PR fashion maven I know I am destined to be, you can catch me on this page as I work my way through University.