Aspen is an actress and artist with a passion for making the world a better place. She began acting at age seven in her second-grade production of "Mice From Outer Space," and se was hooked. She landed her first on-screen role in the 2013 satire film "Goldmen," and soon began attending the career program at the Colorado School of Acting. Since then, Aspen has done everything from commercials to virtual reality to feature films. Some highlights include the role of Gloria in the highly anticipated upcoming film "Seraphim," Olivia in the web series "Quarantwinned," and Beth Anne Cole in the world-premiere production of "A Day Not Forgotten."
Aspen studies theatre at the University of Southern California, while also pursuing her many passions for the arts. She is the president and programs director of the 501(c)3 non-profit Stagebugz Theatre, an organization dedicated to making arts education accessible for kids. Aspen and her twin sister Ashley run the inspirational podcast and lifestyle blog "It's A Twin Thing." At age 16, she received a BroadwayWorld Regional Award "Best Director" nomination for her original play "LETTERS." She continues to write and produce stories that she believes the world needs to hear.