About Me

I am a performer and theatre maker currently based in London working with the experiemental performance company ClusterFlux (clusterflux.co.uk). My solo performance practice uses devised processes to combine original, poetic text with physical performance to examine how a queer feminine gaze operates in theatrical spaces.

Originally from Naarm (Melbourne), Australia, I was Co-Artistic Director of The DIG Collective, an Australian experimental performance collective dedicated to making performances through devised, slow dramaturgical processes and non-linear storytelling and have seen works performed at Melbourne Fringe Festival, White Night and various other events and festivals. 

I frequently perform and facilitate across a variety of mediums as well as running workshops for physical and devised theatre, improvisation and Shakespearean language.

I am a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) BFA Honours (Theatre Practice) (2019) and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama MFA Advanced Theatre Practice (2022).
I have previously been supported by the Ian Potter Cultural Trust (2020) and the Keith and Elisabeth Murdoch Fellowship (Theatre) (2021).