A little about me, my background is in Recruiting and Fine Arts. I graduated from The School of Visual Arts with my BFA in Photography. After SVA I interned with Teen Vogue where I was introduced into a world in which my daily schedule consisted of running all over New York City taking pictures of scary alley ways, hidden underpasses and abandoned buildings for Photoshoot options, all while balancing 12 cups of coffee and a light meter and I loved every second of it. In order to pay for the scary student loans starting that fall, I applied to multiple jobs in NYC and was lucky enough to be called by a small boutique creative staffing firm. I had no idea what it meant to be a Recruiter when I signed on but from day one I was hooked. I love being able to connect with talent and work with amazing creatives, looking at portfolios and seeing campaigns I know and love and best of all getting to work with and place the person who made them. Other key things to know about me, I've been a New Yorker since the age of 2 and a Giants fan since Eli's 1st Superbowl. I adore good use of an Andy Warhol reference in a portfolio and spend most of my commuter time between reading the NY Times and Buzzfeed articles. My hidden talents include: playing the violin (ages 6-19), binge watching Netflix marathons (ages 24-current) and knowing all the words to the films; Clueless, Romeo & Juliet and Monty Python and The Holy Grail.