A warm welcome!

I am a theatre-maker based in Glasgow. My practice sits between contemporary performance, choreography and live art, and spans collaborative pieces, participatory projects, solo performances and teaching. I co-create performances with a diversity of collaborators, including children and adults, trained and non-trained performers and dancers, disabled and non-disabled people, and artists from other disciplines including film-makers, musicians and visual artists. Inclusion and collaboration underpin my approach and I understand the creative process of making performance as a way of asking questions and embodying change in response to my experiences of being alive in the world today.

My research-led performance practice is primarily based on, and explores, ecology and ecological thinking. For my PhD I explored and developed an ecological and intergenerational performance practice. I am interested in how performance, in process and event, can embody and enact our human interconnectedness with(in) wider environmental and social ecologies.

I work as a free-lance artist and am a visiting tutor on the Contemporary Performance Practice programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Theatre Studies BA and MA courses at the University of Glasgow.