It’s a good thing that I don’t suffer from jet lag, as my chosen career is taking me all around the world!
I was brought up in Lewes and studied dance and music at East Sussex College. I’m currently involved in a production of Faust at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, which will tour Japan in September!
I signed my first professional dance contract while still a student at London Contemporary Dance School, and I integrated daily yoga into my routine as a method of grounding, realigning and energising my body while on tour. I now teach dance and yoga to students and professional performers around the world between engagements.
Life is busy but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I finished teaching a week-long private yoga retreat in Sri Lanka recently, touched down at Gatwick Airport on Saturday night and was rehearsing in a Sadler’s Wells dance studio early on the Monday morning.”
I’m fortunate to be working across different disciplines and diving into worlds which continue to challenge and inspire me.
David McVicar’s highly-praised production of composer Charles-François Gounod’s most popular opera takes place amidst the decadence and elegance of 1870s Paris.
Performing in street theatre or a music video, teaching yoga and meditation on retreats, or performing in Faust for The Royal Opera, are all about finding joy in movement and connection.
I adore Michael Keegan-Dolan’s choreography, so it is an honour to perform his work again alongside such an incredible group of fellow dancers and performers.