I am a London-based performer, choreographer, musician and teacher. Over the last six years I have been performing and collaborating with various theatre companies and schools, creating movement and music expertise for performances and projects across the UK and internationally.
I have training in classical ballet and classical piano. I studied BA French and Drama at the University of Birmingham and completed a Masters degree in Advanced Theatre Practice at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2017.
This year I have been making screen-based work and recording music as part of my personal project Lockdown Creations. I also took part in the Choreography Days 2020 residency, producing 19 short dance films. In 2019 I worked on an independent series of short dance films and created my first play Ariadne & The Monsters, a physical and musical adaptation of the Greek myth Theseus & the Minotaur, first presented in London at my local community theatre, The Questors Theatre.
Company co-founding and collaboration
After my first degree, I co-founded Trip The Light Theatre, which toured two original contemporary dance and physical theatre shows in the UK in 2015-16. During my Masters year I co-founded The Fun Club which presented work at Camden People’s Theatre and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I regularly perform and collaborate with Orange Moon Theatre, The Heroine Chronicles and Idle Discourse, whose productions were performed in London, New York and Lithuania respectively in 2019.
In addition to the above companies, I have performed as an actor and dancer for the BBC, The Royal Opera House and This Is It Theatre at the Vault festival and Sprint Festival 2018. I also sing with Peregrina EnChantica, an award-winning vocal ensemble which regularly tours the UK and Bulgaria.
I teach Musical Theatre at Stage West and facilitate Pupil Premium projects in primary schools with Wizard Theatre. I have choreographed Bugsy Malone, Robin Hood and Hairspray for Questors Youth Theatre, and Beauty and the Beast for the Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls in West London.