I grew up in the South of the UK, making my professional debuts at The Watermill Theatre in Newbury and The Mayflower Theatre in Southampton.

After a year's training at ALRA I moved to Rose Bruford College, London to study (BA) European Theatre Arts (a course specialising in devised, physical and ensemble based performance). During this time I also spent four months at La Escuela Superior de Arte Dramatico de Murcia in Spain studying physical theatre in Spanish. I graduated in 2017 with a first-class honours.

I have extensively studied the techniques of physical comedy and clowning with many masters including Philippe Gaulier, Mick Barnfarther, Angela de Castro and Thom Monckton.

I am currently based in South East Asia and working as a director and facilitator, while continuing to work independently on my performance and producing work.

For more information about my self-devised production, S/he/it Happens, please see SHOW page.

Photo credit: Dian Cathal