I’m a Bristol based actor and voice over artist. I have my own studio and have the great advantage of being able to work from home (provided the cats will let me get on with it!). 

I did acting as a teen and loved it, even won Best Young Performer in the regional Phoebe Reece Trophy Competition. I knew I wanted it as a career one day but didn’t get the opportunity to pursue it straight away. When I finally came back to the acting fold I was able to study at the Bristol Acting Academy with some of the top teachers of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. After my initial training I soon began to get little bits of local paid work and was delighted to turn professional in 2015. Then in 2017 I reached the final of the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship, a Radio Drama initiative for new radio talent. At the end of that year, seeking to push my work to the next level, I went to study at Ecole Philippe Gaulier. I had initially signed up for a term but fell in love with the process and experience and ended up staying for the whole two years. I did a character/clown cabaret show for the Edinburgh run in 2019 with fellow Gaulier graduates before a last bit of travelling in France and the UK then settling back in Bristol … just before the pandemic. 

I am so glad to be able to continue doing the work I love, bringing characters to life, playing with scripts and accents and having fun in front of the mic.