I have been wholeheartedly engaged with the theatre all my life. 

After training originally as an actor and later as a voice coach, including an apprenticeship at the RSC,

my work focused  increasingly on directing.


I reached a point of self-evaluation and decided to study for the MFA in Theatre Directing at Birkbeck College which I was awarded in 2017 with distinction. 

 My training included a richly diverse year at the Sheffield Crucible assisting on main house plays including ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover', ‘Julius Caesar’ and the multi award-winning new musical ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ which I am now associate directing for Nimax at the Apollo Theatre, West End.

I also directed NT Connections play 'Musical Differences' in the Crucible Studio Theatre and co-directed ‘4x15’, an initiative to develop four local playwrights’ work and explore movement director agency.

Alongside associate work on ‘Jamie’, I am currently in pre-production for my own adaptation of Lorca's ‘Blood Wedding’ for Omnibus Theatre this September and am directing French Classical and Restoration projects with the MA students at LAMDA. 

Collaborating in a joyful yet rigorous way and enabling all participants to find their voice in the room are at the core of my work.