I am a performance-maker based in York. My practice spans theatre, live art, dance and installation.
I am particularly interested in how theatre and performance can create spaces for dialogue and shared experience. As such, my work often involves interactivity and conversation with the audience. Writing is at the centre of my practice, even though most of my formal training is in movement and dance.
My solo work uses autobiography as a means to explore social and political issues in a personal and intimate way.
Recent work includes: Walking Towards Ithaca (Soho Theatre and Hull Truck Theatre), Dancing Through Storytime (York Explore), How to Look (Bathway Theatre), The Violent Justice in Our Hearts (Hull Truck Theatre and Resonance 104.4FM); The History of Water (Beverley Road Baths and East Hull Pools); A Roving Soul (Being Human Festival); and The Surfaces of Understanding (Ferens Art Gallery and Cardiff Metropolitan University).