In 2015, Julia joined Really Inventive Stuff. In 2016, she made her orchestra debut with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra.
As a member of Really Inventive Stuff she has performed family concerts with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and the Seattle Symphony.
Recent acting credits include The Winter's Tale (The NOLA Project), The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Importance of Being Earnest (New Orleans Shakespeare Festival), and Antigone (Lux et Umbra).
Julia has played featured roles in staged readings and workshops, including Anne Sexton in Letter Written from a Ferry While Crossing the Long Island Sound (New Noise Sound Off! Festival), and Grace in Grace and Igor (UNO Playwrights' Reading Series).
She has also recently appeared on television in Deadline Crime with Tamron Hall (Investigation Discovery), Quarry (HBO) and Invisible Sister (Disney Channel).
Originally from Concord, New Hampshire, Julia graduated from Tulane University with a B.A. in Theatre Performance. While at Tulane, she co-founded and served as president of the university's first and only sketch comedy group, Etch-A-Sketch Comedy, and has written and performed sketches with the Austin/New Orleans comedy conservatory, The New Movement.