About me

I’m a producer, facilitator and designer. I have presented, produced or managed touring arts experiences in over 1,500 venues across the UK – with more than 40,000 participants. I’ve delivered work on behalf of clients such as the British Olympic Association and the British Paralympic Association, NFL Flag presented by Subway, and KPMG. I wrote material for ‘Coastlands’ by Theatre in the Rough and helped create commissions for Arts by the Sea Festival (Bournemouth) and the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium (Flux Festival).

As a designer, I have collaborated with CATS winner (Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland) Jamie Macdonald to make work for the Tron Theatre (Glasgow) and the Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh). In 2018, I teamed up with the People’s History Museum to create artwork for public exhibition. This won a Partnership Prize at the North West Cultural Education Awards (Curious Minds). It was described by aboutmanchester.co.uk as, “a bold, colourful and powerful piece of artwork”.

In 2014, I founded Untold Theatre alongside Jess Levinson Young. We create “vivid, memorable drama” (Remote Goat) which tours to theatres, rural halls and community venues. Our work is “original, imaginative and bold” (Broadway Baby). We tell stories of unsung heroes, unheard voices and the things that happen behind closed doors. Audiences know us for our strong ensemble acting, “evocative and atmospheric” staging (Remote Goat), and “innovative projections” (The Scotsman). We’ve produced touring theatre productions, staged work at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and Tate Liverpool.