I am a queer multi-disciplinary artist. I began exploring yoga, creative movement and voice work while training as an actor in London. With Teatr ZAR (of the Grotowski Institute, Poland), I toured to Madrid, Tbilisi, Paris, Istanbul, Edinburgh and Warsaw. I became founder and lead performer of SoundBoxed (UK) who created and toured unique immersive theatre for three years. In 2016, I began my solo career. I create transformational artworks that explore sensuality, sexuality and spirituality through performances, photography, film and participatory workshops. I have performed my work in London’s queer night clubs, art venues, studio theatres, and at an Irish priests’ school and the foot of an Icelandic volcano. I also taught yoga and creative movement practice at four London drama schools (including Identity and Arts Ed - British pioneers of decolonising actor training) and led projects for adults and young people at the city’s lead arts hubs — Oval House (now Brixton House) and Roundhouse.
I arrived in Aotearoa from London in August 2020 with my boyfriend Mark. My freelance work in Tāmaki Makaurau has included work across the range of my practice. I have also taught voice work for trainee yoga teachers at Auckland Yoga Academy. I have also begun work as a youth mentor for The Kindness Institute.