I am a movement director, dancer and actor. I trained as a dancer at The Scottish School of Contemporary Dance in Dundee and London Contemporary Dance School and have worked professionally in theatre and dance for the past 15 years, performing all over the world with companies such as Bare Bones Dance Company, Protien Dance, Frantic Assembly, Grid Iron and The National Theatre of Scotland. I was Associate Movement Director on ‘Blackwatch’, ‘Let The Right One in’ and ‘In Time of Strife’ for National Theatre of Scotland and ‘The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night time’ for National Theatre of Great Britain.
For the past couple of years I have worked almost exclusively as a Movement Director for companies around the UK and beyond. My recent work includes ‘See Me Now’ at The Young Vic, a verbatim show created with and featuring a group of former and current sex workers;’306 Day’ for The National Theatre of Scotland directed by Jemima Levick; ‘Jimmy's Hall’ directed by Graham McLaren, adapted from the Ken Loach film about a real-life a dancehall in rural Ireland, I was nominated for Best Movement Direction at The Irish Times Theatre Awards for my work on this show and it will tour Ireland in summer 2018; ‘We're Still Here’ was a co-production with National Theatre Wales and Commonwealth about the experiences of steel workers in Port Talbot;’Cockpit’ at The Lyceum Edinburgh was directed by Wils Wilson. This year my upcoming projects as M