Wofford College 2010, BA in Sociology
Currently employed as the Evening and Weekend Circulation Assistant
Converse College 2015, BA in Music
Currently employed as a private oboe instructor through the Lawson Academy
Also employed at QuikTrip since October 2014.
I have always been a maker and a tinkerer. I was known as the Puzzle Girl at my local library in Myrtle Beach because of the Puzz 3Ds depicting foreign monuments I donated to place in the children's section. I used to take electronics apart to see what was inside, but I wasn't very good at putting things back together. In second grade I made a 3D scale model of my parent's house out of poster board. My father owned his own auto body shop when I was young, and I would work there after school before going to dance class around the corner.
I learned how to do origami at Chapin Library during a summer program and I continue to do origami today whenever and wherever I am, including bars when it becomes Barigami!
I am a professional freelance oboist, playing gigs at different churches, schools, and bars around town. I also teach private lessons to middle schoolers through the Lawson Academy at Converse College. Part of being an oboist is making your own reeds, which is a long and grueling process, but worth it to play on a quality reed.