Since taking up a Playwrighting course as a bit of fun in 2010, I’ve written many plays, some for one off performances and others which have toured the country. My first full-length play Static was described by The Guardian as “Beautifully executed, with a clever script and a sterling performance… phenomenal talent”.

As well as work carried out through my own company New Model Theatre, I have been commissioned by Paines Plough, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Exetreme Imagination, Cygnet Theatre and The Bike Shed Theatre.

My practise is very research based and I’m particularly interested in how history and heritage effect our lives today.

The Pursuit of Tangleproof Headphones

Working with a group of 18-25 year olds, I am currently directing and dramaturging this devised production for



Written and directed by myself as part of Outpost 2016, Foundations used the Junior Doctor’s contract dispute as a


A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

As part of Outpost 2016 I adapted and directed A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen. Performed by Tessa


Origin Story

I was invited by Theatre West to write a ten minute play as part of their Moving On



To celebrate the centenary of the Cygnet Theatre, I was commissioned to write a research-based immersive show for the Cygnet Training Company and a group of community actors. TRINITY was performed as part of the Exetreme Imagination Festival 2014. In September 1913 the construction of a Parish Hall and Sunday Schools for Holy Trinity Church


Parliament Town

I was inspired to develop my piece from Come To Where I’m From into a full length show



Static was my first full length show, inspired by the student protests of 2010, it looked at the


Common Sense

Written for The Bike Shed Theatre’s New Blood, Bare Bones festival, Common Sense was inspired by the centenary


Come To Where I’m From

Commissioned by Paines Plough and Drum Theatre Plymouth, Come To Where I’m From saw me explore my relationship with the city of Plymouth. Part of a national project, my work was later featured at the South Bank Centre, London.