As a director of live performance I draw on queer theory to create bold, agile and political, conceptual work. I take an interdisciplinary approach to create contemporary experiences that immerse the audience in a new world. I often integrate technology into my work - from live feed cameras, to binaural soundscapes on headphones, to subpacks to projection mapping.
I also have an Assistant Directing practice where I develop my skills and support the vision of other directors. I have worked with directors including writer-director Jon Brittain on smash hit Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho. Upcoming AD work includes The Enemy, directed by Finn den Hertog and written by Kieran Hurley for the National Theatre of Scotland.