Miss Tiger began her career at the Bijou Theater in Chicago.
She is the only performer since the days of The Continental Baths,
to have performed a non-sexual cabaret in a gay adult theater.

Miss Tiger’s Cabaret featured irreverent stage productions written and directed by Miss Tiger
that included live singing, original music, stand-up comedy and a full cast ensemble.
Sukie de la Croix of the Windy City Times wrote,
Miss Tiger is a star! Nobody else is doing this kind of thing.”

In October of 2012, Favorite Bitch® debuted as a monthly segment on the Derek and Romaine Show on SiriusXM Radio.
During the show, Miss Tiger offered call-in advice to listeners, as well as tips and discussions on all things centered around relationships.  Her expertise as an informal "sexual anthropologist" added candid fun to the wild and witty romp.  In addition to this monthly segment, Miss Tiger frequently guest co-hosted this GLAAD award-winning talk show.  She remained with the show until its end in 2015.  Check out her new podcast, The Miss Tiger Show, and tune in Thursdays at 7pm Pacific / 10pm Eastern on BlogTalkRadio.com/MissTiger

Today she dispenses relationship advice in her syndicated advice column, Favorite Bitch®  - featured in LGBTQ regional magazines across the country.  In addition to writing her column and appearances on national radio, Miss Tiger’s current projects include freelance columns for OUT MagazineVanity Teen, DA MAN, and VT GIRL, developing a television show and designing a successful line of t-shirts for Momotachi.  The new Love Tote® collection is available in five fierce styles. This is the second installment of designs by Miss Tiger for LA based Momotachi.   

Momotachi promoted Miss Tiger's designs during DRAGCON 2017 on April 29-30 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  

Miss Tiger's book, 100 Little Things will be released December 2018.  100 Little Things is a collection of some of her most outrageous and fun advice columns.  The book is definitely a must-have for your best friend, vacation reads and anyone who enjoys a good laugh out loud!

The Blueboy Archives and Cultural Arts Foundation is a California registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded by Miss Tiger.  BACAF research includes contextualizing the iconic Blueboy magazine witin LGBTQ history and remediating this publication for a contemporary audience.  The Foundation is committed to preserving Blueboy archives and the works of other historic LGBTQ periodicals, artwork, newspapers, literary works, films and memorabilia.  As BACAF Executive Director, Miss Tiger will also serve as Editor-In-Chief to Blueboy 2019; Blueboy's first issue in over a decade.  Blueboy 2019 will feature an international team of contributors to reimagine the publication for a diverse and multigenerational audience - showcasing lifestyle and news features, social commentary, essays, fashion editorials and art.

Debuting in October 2018, Blueboy LA is a pocket entertainment guide featuring all the hottest parties, clubs, drag, events and all things fabulous in the thriving WeHo and DTLA LGBTQ scenes.  Miss Tiger will guide the LA based publication and a portion of all revenue ads will be donated to The Blueboy Archives and Cultural Arts Foundation.             

Miss Tiger is a graduate of New York University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Media, Culture and Communication. 

Her work as a lifestyle writer, celebrity interviewer and former SiriusXM Radio host explores media as it intersects with performance of gender, sexuality, aesthetics, queer theory and visual memory.  Her research work explores the synchronic spoken, informal, performed and traditional forms of expressed culture within various LGBTQ taxonomies.

She resides in West Hollywood.