I have been working as a solo maker of contemporary performance since I graduated from my MA with distinction in Space and Contemporary Performance Making  at De Montfort University Leicester in 2013.

I have performed my work at a variety of venues and festivals including Pulse Festival, Camden People's Theatre and Summerhall's Edinburgh Fringe programme.

My practice focuses on autobiography and documentary, using personal experiences as a window I explore broader topics of nostalgia, curiosity and perspective.

I combine elements of comedy, storytelling, both retro and modern technology, spoken word poetry and physicality to create informal and contemplative work.

I have created two of performance projects, with the help of Arts Council Funding. '1.9' a show that chronicles my personal history with Parkour and ‘I Used to Hear Footsteps’; a devised piece of documentary theatre about my haunted childhood home

I’m currently working on my third solo ACE funded show ‘MIGHTY’ a performance that uses a combination of live looping, spoken word and comedy to ask the audience ‘should we be taking heightism more seriously?’.

I have been an Associate artist with In Good Company  (2015 - 16) and am currently an associate of Attenborough Arts Centre Leicester and a Curve Breakthrough artist

I am also a founding member of performance collective Tetrad.