Born in California, USA, Eloise currently resides in Melbourne, Australia, and is a recent graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre.
Eloise prides herself on her dedication and drive towards a prosperous career in the arts, and is deeply committed to performing and creating work that is entertaining, innovative and progressive. Her practise centres around her extensive interest in character development, contemporary text and script writing.
Throughout her career thus far, Eloise has had a vast array of experiences, both on the screen and on the stage. She has worked with multiple established Australian Directors, including Aria Award nominee, Nick Kozakis. She was also invited to perform her VCE graduating drama solo at the Melbourne Recital Centre for the VCE Season of Excellence, Top Class.
For her final graduating show at the Victorian College of the Arts, Eloise performed in and co-created a theatre work entitled, “The World That Was,” alongside her fellow theatre company members, SEMANTIC. She played the character of Scarlett, the Lead News Broadcaster, and a multitude of ensemble roles. The work was mentored by renowned Australian artist and performer, Roslyn Oades.
Eloise performed in a collaboratively devised piece at the Melbourne Fringe Festival in 2019 (dir. Rinske Ginsberg) and also played the role of Polyxena in a piece entitled, “The Lost Children of War,” (dir. Robert Draffin) as part of her VCA training.
Eloise’s love for the arts stems from her dance training at The Careen School of Dance, which she commenced at the age of three in the styles of Tap and Jazz. Eloise is also a classically trained violinist and a musical theatre trained alto, completing her 7th Grade Classical Violin Exam with the Australian Music Examinations Board and her 5th Grade Musical Theatre Voice Certificate respectively.
Eloise holds the strong belief that hard work, perseverance and passion is the key to improvement and success. She is excited to continue challenging herself and developing her skills as a young artist.