Hello, I love music and working with people, building nice relationships and have done so for the last 17 years.

Read more about my history below...

2000

I drop out of my Theatre BA course and work in a health food shop in Falmouth, Cornwall

2001

I start writing an essay and short story every day for two years

2002

I start work experience for Miracle Theatre as a dresser and Assistant Stage Manager. I attend a clowning course in Spain for a month and decide to join the circus

2003

I enrol at Circomedia, Bristol and specialise in Clown, Physical Theatre and Equilibristics and Manipulation (Juggling)

2004

For my final showcase at Bristol Old Vic Theatre, I sing and play guitar on stage whilst clowning. I discover this is something I enjoy very much: music, comedy and pathos all mixed together

2004

For my final showcase at Bristol Old Vic Theatre, I sing and play guitar on stage whilst clowning. I discover this is something I enjoy very much: music, comedy and pathos all mixed together

2005

I am now a jobbing performer living in London and gain employment with dance companies, theatre companies and I begin to hone my comedy songwriting skills

I am 40 years old and in 2003 I trained at Circomedia, Bristol to be a clown. As part of my end of year show I ended up playing guitar lots and singing and this made me realise that I love music, telling stories and making people laugh more than I do juggling. I then started performing on the comedy circuit as a musical comedian, winning a Mervyn Stutter 'Spirit of the Fringe' Award 2010, taking 3 solo comedy shows to Battersea Arts Centre (Dropped as Child, Can't Come & Gentle Songs) and performing on BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends. I now compose music for various theatre and film projects and have collaborated on 35 productions.