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I am a third year Acting student, ready to graduate, from NClan Arts. Over the past three years I have experimented and expanded by skill set and repertoire as an actor and all round performer. Having recently completed our graduate showcase, I have began to consider where I best fit into the industry and where I see myself working. 

I enjoy a variety of genres, comedy in particular. I enjoy scottish comedy and feel this is where I fit in best due to my accent and very scottish comedic timing. I would also love to work on educational pieces for children and teenagers whilst incorporating that same relatable and engaging Scottish sense of humour into them. I hope to  continue to develop my skills in the hope that I could collaborate with other creators to create the type of work that I see myself working on. 

Coming from a strong dance background I am always striving to incorporate movement and physical theatre into my projects. When entering the industry, I would welcome the opportunity to work on and collaborate on physical theatre/movement projects whilst also working on improving this part of my skill set. 




May 2023


I am currently in rehearsals for our third year production of "Tartuffe", directed by Francis Lyons. The play is a Liz Lochhead adaptation of the original restoration comedy by Moliere. The play will take place at The Websters Theatre in May and tickets will be available via EventBrite. 

May 2022

A Vampire Story

I played the character of Clara in NClan Arts' production of Moira Buffini's play, "A Vampire Story"; directed my Kirsty Stuart. The play was put on at the Scottish Youth Theatre (SYT) in Glasgow.

November 2021

Arrivals and Departures

I played the character of Barry in NClan Arts' production of the Alan Aykbourne play, directed by Anthony Kelly, in the 101 Park Street theatre on campus. 

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