I am a Yorkshire-born actor, writer and creative, travelling all over the country.


Initially, I gained a first class degree in English with Creative Writing at Falmouth University and specialised in script-writing. I have always been passionate about storytelling and performance, and decided to take the plunge to pursue acting professionally after graduating in 2018.

Since joining the National Youth Theatre in 2019, I have continued training extensively, including with the Lee Strasberg Institute, act4tv, and Both Feet. Now working across the UK, with bases in Yorkshire, London and Newcastle, I have enjoyed featured roles in various areas of acting, from theatre and film, to virtual reality and voiceover. For a list of credits, please view my resume or Spotlight.

Due to my background in script-writing, I am particularly interested in working with new writers and creatives. Many of my own scripts explore issues such as mental health, gender and relationships. My short play Small Victories has been performed numerous times, including in London at Sheer Height Theatre's festival, Women Redressed: Act I. In 2017, I produced my play Whodunnit?, a farcical murder mystery, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

As an advocate for greater diversity in the arts, I am the Administrator for THE ACT FOR CHANGE PROJECT and spoke at The Globe for the 2019 event, 'Keeping The Conversation Growing'.

Headshots by MAD Photography and James Melia