In August 2019 I began working as an acting teacher for students aged 7-18 at a Saturday stage school in Worcester. I joined them from their first day of business, and helped to grow their pupil numbers by delivering group sessions to three age categories. I focus on skills for stage and screen, and help to build a foundation of knowledge for young actors in a fun, upbeat environment.
I also currently work as a freelance model and actress, and have completed a 6-month No.1 UK Theatre Tour.
Prior to summer 2019 I worked with Frenzy Youth Theatre, teaching the 4-7 age group. The main focus of my lessons was encouraging the children to use their imagination through storytelling and games.
I have been a freelance LAMDA teacher on and off since leaving drama school in 2017. I’ve taught students preparing for LAMDA examinations, as well as students who wanted to improve their confidence in public speaking at business meetings.
I was awarded a First Class Honours Degree from the Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance in London. During my time at Rose Bruford, I gained experience teaching creative movement in a SEN school, and I began teaching LAMDA and public speaking during my final year.
Whilst in the Sixth Form at the Royal Grammar School Worcester, I assisted my LAMDA teacher with her weekly lessons for grade 1-3. I finished school with A-Levels in Drama (A*), English Literature (A) and Classical Civilisation (A).