I fell in love with acting after enrolling on a short course at City Lit.
I embarked enthusiastically on their Foundation in Acting, and completed the Acting Access Diploma.
Since finishing my training at City Lit, I have been involved in a variety of projects, including a feature film and short films.
Chocolate Coloured Sweetheart is the project I am most proud of. It deals with colourism, which is the prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group. The film has done very well, being officially selected as a contender at the Cameroon International Film Festival 2019; Los Angeles CineFest 2019 - Semi-Finalist; the Accra Indie Film Festival 2019, and Lift-Off Sessions, December 2018.
A Spanish, English and French speaker, I welcome the opportunity to work in productions where I use my language skills. I hold a Degree in Modern Languages, and an MA in Translation.
Keen Contemporary and Salsa dancer (Cuban Style), and passionate about Argentinian Tango, I moved to Buenos Aires in order to improve my tango skills. In the process I learned about the culture and its people. It was an extremely enriching experience.
In addition to acting and dancing, I have used my creativity and acting skills to teach Spanish and French to children and adults alike, making good use of my PGCE in teaching Modern Languages.