Long Island Children’s Museum

Since 2010 I’ve been filling in puppeteer and actor roles for the Long Island Children’s Museum Theater.  In 2015, I was officially signed on as the puppeteer-in-residence for the theater and the assistant/shadow to the theater mananager, James Packard.  My very first job in the puppet world was on the same stage that I build and design for today, and now I work there with the goal of inspiring young creative people to be expressive through art and performance.

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Princess Frog Puppet Voices

Princess Frog Puppet Styles

Mouse on The Move Promo- Hand and Rod Puppets