I completed a BA in English with Writing and Performance at the University of York and an MA in Acting and Music Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. 

I specialise in comedy, and am one half of duo The Twins Macabre with which I have written and performed on BBC3's Live at the Electric and BBC Radio 4's Sketchorama. 

My theatre credits include parody play Graeme of Thrones (Charing Cross Theatre, UK and Australian tours), comedy musical Shock Treatment (Richard O'Brien's sequel to the Rocky Horror Show, premiering at the King's Head Theatre) and one-woman play Best Pies in London (Part of RIFT_'s Shakespeare in Shoreditch Festival). 

I appear as the lead in acclaimed comedy horror feature film Egomaniac (dir. Kate Shenton) which premiered at London Fright Fest and has gone to play at several festivals around the world and can currently be seen on Amazon Prime. I am also in dark comedy web series Netlf!x and Kill which is also currently showing on Amazon Prime.

I also have a passion for improvisation having trained with No Shoes Theatre, Fluxx Improv and Free Association. I was in several Edinburgh Fringe runs of No Shoes's The Improvised Musical. I have also performed in improvised/immersive productions with Secret Cinema, Les Enfants Terribles and Gingerline. 

I frequently write and perform with The Twins Macabre and host events with comedy collective Club Sol Party

I live in Gillingham with my wonderful actor-photographer husband and a pair of very disobedient cats called Sharkey and George.