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I'm a theatre director, dramaturg and sometime writer working and living in London. I try to make work that's humane and political - whether that's in new plays, revivals or classics. In 2017 I won the JMK Award, directing My Name is Rachel Corrie at the Young Vic.

When starting out I worked for two years as the Soho Theatre Literary Associate (2012 - 2014). I then worked extensively as an Assistant Director, in the West End (Pressure, Farinelli and the King, Death of a Salesman) with Shakespeare's Globe (Doctor Scroggy's War, Eternal Love, Taming of the Shrew) and the RSC (Dr Faustus, The Alchemist).  I was also an associate director for Nabokov on Blink, which toured the UK and Off-Broadway. 

I directed Audible's first production in the UK, Radio by Al Smith, at the Arcola Theatre, and Orlando by Lucy Roslyn at the VAULT Festival, later taking the production to the Edinburgh Festival and New York (after a small covid interlude). In a lucky break between lockdowns I directed HOME by David Storey in The Minerva, Chichester Festival Theatre. Then, a year later, co-directed PRESSURE by David Haig in the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto.

In addition to these more traditional directing jobs, I also write and direct with Flawbored, co-creating their first production IT'S A MOTHERF**KING PLEASURE, which is heading to New York in early 2024.


In 2024 I am also directing The Importance of Being Earnest at Manchester Royal Exchange, and The Forsyte Saga at the Park Theatre London, with Troupe production company. 


For details of other work see 'Projects'.

I'm delighted to be represented by Dan Usztan at United Agents.

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