Islands Never Say

Isaiah celebrates their New York producing debut at the Cell Theater in Chelsea. Islands Never Say, was created and directed by Juen Kang, a theatre artist from Seoul Korea. The performance art piece explores the patterns of plant life through human movement. Four actors express the movements of plants in relation to the human condition. Through silence and the unknown we are able to transcend language and culture to discover our relationship to nature and to each other.

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Geneava Peace Week

Isaiah was included as a voiceover artist in the youth keynote address for the annual Geneva Peace Week. The Geneva Peace Week is Geneva is a global hub for governance and international cooperation. It hosts 38 international organizations, a thriving community of non-governmental organizations and renowned academic and research institutions. It is also a diplomatic center with near universal representation of states. Together, all these actors work for peace, rights and well-being, touching the lives of individuals across the world. Geneva Peace Week offers an opportunity to connect and highlight the work of these actors and to expand the space for building peace and resolving conflict through dialogue and negotiation.

Geneva Peace Week emphasizes that each and every person, actor and institution has a role to play in building peace and resolving conflict. It recognizes that peacebuilding occurs in many different contexts and cuts across disciplines and sectors. In this sense, Geneva Peace Week breaks down professional silos in order to enable creative responses to violence, exclusion and insecurity.

By synchronizing meetings and events on different topics related to the promotion of peace during one week, Geneva Peace Week maximizes synergies between organizations in Geneva and their international partners, focusing on the cross-cutting nature of peace.


Isaiah starts their post graduate career with an exciting new chapter. They signed with Maura Maloney and Kirsten Walther at CESD in the on-camera and commercial department!


I am ecstatic to have graduated from Syracuse University with :

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting, Minor in Public Communications, Remembrance Scholar, Our Time Has Come Scholar, Sawyer Falk Award! I’m grateful to my community and village for getting me to this point in life. The lessons I have learned over the past four years have been incomparable. I’m thankful to God, my parents ,and mentors for helping me forge my path.

Glad to be forever Orange 🍊

Tepper Semester

Isaiah is starting his final semester of training at the Arielle Tepper Semester in New York City. Isaiah will spend the semester working directly with agents, producers, and casting directors.

SU Drama Virtual Sorkin Week Symposium

Isaiah was selected to participate in SU Drama's Virtual Sorkin Week Symposium. The week long symposium provides students with exposure and resources towards the Los Angeles market through alumni support, masterclasses, and workshops.

2020 Celebration of Life

 The annual Celebration of Life performance variety show filled with music and poetry to honor the lives lost in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 will take place virtually on Dec. 21, 2020. This program is hosted and coordinated by the 2020-2021 Remembrance Lockerbie Scholars. 

More information on the Remembrance Scholars

Home for the Holidays at Syracuse Stage

In November I was slated to assistant direct a production for Syracuse Stage in November. Unfortunately that production was cancelled in result of COVID-19, nevertheless we pivoted and devised a production of stories and songs about the community and its importance of holiday traditions.

Senior Year

Isaiah starts his senior year of training at Syracuse University's Department of Drama. This semester Isaiah will continue his on campus training , but will also complete his studies for a minor in Public Communications along with roles as a Remembrance Scholar, Our Time Has Come Scholar, and taking on a new role as Assistant Directing for Syracuse Stage.