Hello! I am a theatre-maker, director and producer originally from Bristol and now based in London. I initially trained with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company as an actor and performer before moving to London in 2015 to continue my education. I completed my undergraduate degree in Drama and Performance achieving a first class degree and later trained with The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Since moving to London, I have worked with a number of theatres and companies such as: The Old Vic, The Bunker, The Space Theatre and The New York Theatre Workshop.

While studying at Central, I became resident director of Somna Theatre Company and worked on The Pitchfork Disney (Ovalhouse, 2019), Infinity Land (The Pleasance/London Horror Festival, 2019) and There’s a Man in the Woods (The Space, 2019). 

In 2019, I was nominated for an Off West End Award for Threshold as part of the Camden Fringe Festival. 

I have spent the last year working at The Old Vic with their Education and Community team. I worked alongside the team helping to plan and run  workshops and events for young people and the local community based in Southwark and Lambeth. I assisted the Education Manager on the Schools Club programme, assisting in the writing of workshops and training of facilitators that went out to 40 schools around London. I also worked alongside the Young People’s programme manager and helped deliver the Take The Lead employability programme working with 1000 students.

I also works as a freelance facilitator having run workshops for the community based company, SpaceWorks at The Space Theatre. I worked with the company, delivering workshops in actor training and directing, as well as assistant directing on their productions of Love and Information and The Madness of King George III. 

I am currently working for the Almeida theatre as the Schools Producer in the participation department.