I have a supporting role in Tina Tenzi’s latest music video which is out now. The song is available on most streaming platforms. Below are some stills from the video. I remember filming this and I had no idea how … Continue reading I’m in another Music Video!
I’m pleased to find out that I received a high Distinction in my LAMDA level 3 Shakespeare Performance Exam. I performed scenes from Othello (Desdemona) and Richard III (Lady Anne). I also performed Sonnet 130. I’ve found Shakespeare acting quite … Continue reading Shakespeare Performance Exam: LAMDA
I’ve made another film with Macabre Pictures who are always great to work with. The film is called Little Black Dress and you can view the IMDB here. It was officially released 1st April 2022. IMDB Synopsis / blurb: A … Continue reading New Film: Little Black Dress
Yesterday, I took part in the Harrogate Competitive Festival for Music Speech and Drama, Solo-Acting Shakespeare category/class. I came 3rd with Distinction with my performance of Othello Act 4 scene 3, Desdemona (the Willow scene). The competition was high in … Continue reading Performing Shakespeare & Competitive Festivals for Music Speech and Drama
I’m not famous enough to call this a cameo, really, but nevertheless I’m really thrilled to say I make a small appearance in Topher Holland‘s latest music video for his song Papa Guede. The new music video is available on … Continue reading ‘Cameo’ in another Music Video
I can now announce that I have finally passed all components of my PCertLAM in Acting with Distinctions! I can put the letters ‘PCertLAM’ after my name now. *beam* Continue reading LAMDA: PCertLAM Acting (Distinction)
In this article, I unpack some of Bertolt Brecht’s theories. What follows is a discussion about the Alienation Effect, Epic Theatre, Gestus, Contradiction and Complex Seeing. I also explore what realism means and question how one can be ‘innovative’ today. … Continue reading Brechtian Acting & Realism
Good news! The Ghost of Hope House (Macabre Pictures) has been selected for Haunted House FearFest! Tickets are available here. Sales end 21 March 2021 20:28 Continue reading Haunted House FearFest Nomination!
The short film HEATHCLIFF (Asgard productions) won best student film in the Druk International Film Festival! I play Cathy and I can’t wait to see it! Continue reading Film Award: Druk International Film Festival
I’m in another Horror feature film, this time by Macabre Pictures. It’s called Coven of Evil and the release date is May 26 2020. An investigative journalist tries to save an innocent young woman from a Wiccan cult, but in … Continue reading Coven of Evil (feature film) Release Date
I’m playing Claire (lead) in a short film by independent film production company Macabre Pictures. The film is due to be shown at film festivals. Twenty year-old Claire enters an abandoned building looking for her Grandfather, but instead comes face-to-face … Continue reading OUT NOW: The Ghost of Hope House (Macabre Pictures)
I’ve been playing the character ‘Molly’ (lead) in a music video by Macabre Pictures for the song Cast by Steve Kilpatrick and Anikó Tóth. It’s out now and can be viewed here. Cast is a dark, horror-themed music video … Continue reading OUT NOW: Macabre Pictures, Soundfackery Productions, & John Carpenter’s Tales for a Halloween Night
One of my film projects, Demon Eye by Quickfoot Media (I play Sally / The Burning Girl) will be at Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes this summer. The Marché du Film is the business counterpart of the Cannes … Continue reading Demon Eye (feature film) at Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes
Demon Eye (Quickfoot Media) is being screened in cinemas across the USA! I play Sally / The Burning Girl (that thing featured on the poster). Cinemas include Kent Theater in New York; Lakeville Theater in Minnesota; Studio Movie Grill Pearland … Continue reading Demon Eye (feature film) screened in cinemas across USA
Brecht in Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre I went to see Brecht’s MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN in the Royal Exchange theatre in Manchester. It’s a beautiful building: as soon as you walk in, you’re greeted by high impressive ceilings and … Continue reading Brecht: MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN