It is thrilling to hear and experience my students' progress each week in their vocal lessons. To me, teaching voice is a tremendous responsibility, and I take it very seriously, always seeking out information to help my students move forward. I, too, am a consummate student. There are vocal resources uniquely available to all of us, and it is my job to help my students reach their potential and develop healthy vocal technique.

    The voice, like any muscle, takes conditioning and dedication. It cannot be "fixed" in one 30-minute lesson. Each week, my students (many of whom are colleagues) and I work together to condition their instrument. Also, we work as practically as possible, choosing appropriate repertoire that applies to their unique short and long-term goals.

    I am most interested in helping those with a classical background to diversify and navigate their voice, expanding repertoires beyond classical music. I've been training intensely to accomplish this myself, after many years of extensive classical training. It's a long but rewarding process.

    I am now accepting students if they are able to come before 3:00 p.m. Additionally, there are discounts for off-peak hours.

    Please refer to my lesson rates listed to the right.
    $30 for 30 minutes
    $40 for 45 minutes
    $50 for one hour
    *College students receive a discount

    Prerequisites: Students must be able to match pitch and be at least 12 years of age.

    Warm-up for FEMALES. The video above takes you through some basic vocal exercises to improve your technique and strengthen your voice.
    Warm-up for MALES. The video above takes you through some basic vocal exercises to improve your technique and strengthen your voice.
    • Full-time member of NATS, the National Association of Teachers of Singing
    • Private voice teacher in Charleston, SC
    • Instructor for Musical Theatre workshop for advanced teenagers at Village Rep Company, Charleston, SC
    • Guest Artist for Charleston Southern University’s Musical Theatre Masterclass
    • Guest Artist for Charleston County School of the Arts Theatre Department (August-October 2013)
    • NYU Guest Artist lecturer (2012 and 2013)
    • Instructor for Footlight Players’ Musical Theatre Workshop
    • Instructor for Adult Musical Theatre Workshop, Midtown Productions
    • Instructor for Teen Musical Theatre Masterclass, Midtown Productions
    • Instructor for “Act-Up After School,” Charleston, SC
    • Teacher at “Hands On” music studio from 2007-2010 (taught children ages 1-3 years, music theory and proficiency on instruments)
    • Assistant Children’s Choral Director, St. George Episcopal Church, Nashville, TN
    • Music teacher of Boys and Girls Club of York County, SC (Summer 2006); directed “Once On This Island”
    • Hosted theater workshop at Camp Puff and Stuff
    • BA Vanderbilt University (Class of 2007)
    • Patrick Goodwin (CSA with Telsey) Workshop, October 2013
    • Fiasco Theatre Shakespeare Intensive, Ocober. 2013
    • Roundabout Theatre Audition Workshop, October 2013
    • Voice lessons with Matt Farnsworth (www.mattfarnsworthvoice.com)
    • Voice lessons with Kathryn Armour (www.kathrynarmour.com)
    • Manhattan School of Music Professional Musical Theater Workshop, where I studied with:
Open all