Claudia began her performance career with the Black Liberated Arts Center (BLAC) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She first appeared in Anna Lucasta as Katie, Anna’s sister-in law. Her performance was mentioned in the Oklahoma City Newspaper as “…a staunching role…” She also performed in Magic Mirrors, an African Fairy Tale. Coming home to New Jersey, Claudia was a stage manager and understudy in an Off-Broadway production of A Mother Cried for Her Children (Delene Productions – East Orange, NJ); with The Phoenix Ensemble Production Company (Jersey City, NJ), Claudia performed in Clover, Walter Burrow, and Five on The Black-Hand Side; with Michael DeBradley Productions (Newark, NJ) she performed the role of LaWanda in The Colored Museum (The Hairpiece). Claudia also participated in the following: The Git Em Gyrlz (1st Trailer), Director - Shi-Fyne Ent.; The Turtleneck Gang, Co-Screenwriter/Casting Director and Dialogue Editor, The Game Is Dead, Assistant Director/Coach and Dialogue Editor – both with CANEI Productions; Street Kid, Principle (Mother) - Supreme Productions; Goin’ Back Home, Dancer and Choir Ensemble - Wilmore Productions; New York Undercover-Political Supporter and Muslim Sister-Fox TV NYC Channel 5; Malcom X-Spike Lee, Director; Green Card-Touchstone Home Video-Peter Weir, Director; Bonfire of the Vanities- Warner Home Video, Brian DePalma, Director; and numerous other stage and video productions. Claudia wrote, directed and produced a short film “Love and Issues” (IMDB.com). Claudia is also producing her first Inspirational/Christian album and has released her first single “Do You Hear Me” on dvd “Love and Issues”. She is now in pre-production of her first feature film, “A Second Look.” Claudia is also CEO and partner of Goshen Media Entertainment, a full media services company (www.gme.7p.com)and host of "The Gospel Buzz" EliteRadio 97.5FM and online at www.myeliteradio.com.