I am thrilled to be working with the incredible Branko Tomovic on his next short, The Smell of Petrol. Branko’s first short Red blew my socks off and its no surprise that its been winning many an accolade on the film festival circuit. The Smell of Petrol shoots in 2018. In the meantime, check out […]
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Homeward, the short film I worked on earlier this year, has been chosen as an Official Selection at the London Short Film Festival 2018! This will be the 15th LSFF and it will run from 12th – 21st January 2018. Stay tuned for the screening details!
magnificent! In June I worked on a diversity training video for Hackney Council directed by Des Burkinshaw of magnificent! Des is a wonderful director who’s had an amazing career. Suffice to say, he had some incredible stories for us! Above I’m pictured in a still from the shoot with my scene-partner-in-crime, the lovely Alison Harris. […]
My showreel was updated recently with a scene from my latest short film role in Homeward. I play an unhelpful counsellor working at a homeless shelter. You can check out the scene below: Looks like I’m just in time for Showreel Share Day, eh? #actors are you ready for the next #showreelshareday July 19th 2017 […]
Homeward, Short Film Update Homeward, the short film I shot last March, had its first screening recently at the Odeon Cinema, Birmingham New Street. The film had an amazing response and will now begin its journey on to the festival circuit. There will be a another screening in Gloucester in July. I’ll be updating my […]
I am delighted to have been cast in Homeward, a short film about a homeless teenage girl living in her car. This emotive drama will highlight the issues that young homeless people face in the UK today. I’ll be be playing a counsellor who does not provide the girl with the help that she needs. The short is […]
Its been a while since my last post and in truth, it’s been a busy year. The year kicked off with me voicing the character Trine in the video game Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power. When I got to the studio I was told that this was the first time in the game that […]
I was delighted to play Miss Haverfordwest, a put-upon doctor’s secretary in Noirish Project.