Qualifications & training



The University of Warwick, Doctor of Philosophy in Theatre Studies, ‘Mobilising languaging: Facilitating dynamic linguistic resources in applied performance praxis‘ supervision by Dr Yvette Hutchison & Professor Jo Angouri, Theatre and Performance Studies & Applied Linguistics, pass with minor corrections, 2019

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Master of Arts in Applied Theatre, Distinction, 2013-2014

The University of Notre Dame/ Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Edith Cowan University, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies, 2:1, 2003-2007


Associate Fellow Higher Education Academy, Certificate of completion, Higher Education Academy, UK, 2018

Preparing to Teach in Higher Education, Certificate of completion, University of Warwick, Coventry, 2017

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Certificate of completion, United Kingdom Home Office, 2014

Continuous professional development

Viewpoints actor training for devising with Ruby Donohoe, 2-day workshops, Brisbane, Australia, June 2021

Fitzmaurice Voicework with Ryan O’Shea, 10-week course, Los Angeles, United States, September-December 2020

Drawing, multimodality and interaction analytics, Saul Albert, National Centre for Research Methods, University of Southhampton, United Kingdom, November 2019

Workshop with Geese Theatre Company, Louise Heywood, Masks, one-step removed and other theatre-based exercises within Prison Theatre, February 2019

Critical discourse analysis course, Languages in the Workplace Research Network, Meredith Marra and Janet Holmes, University of Wellington, July 2018

Workshop with Frantic Assembly, Movement, gravity and pair-work, July 2014

Barbican participatory arts lab for facilitators, Gerri Moriarty, Barbican ArtWorks, London, June 2014

Risk and ethical leadership with Ovalhouse, Stella Barnes, Ovalhouse, London, March 2014

Working with former prisoners and the criminal justice system, Anna Herrmann, Clean Break Theatre Company, London, November 2013

National Theatre’s child protection and safe-guarding procedures, Rob Watt, National Theatre, London, October 2013