THEATRE, PERFORMANCE, FILM
I’m a South Wales based Artist working across multiple forms as an individual, a collaborator and as one half of Tin Shed Theatre Co. Over the past 11 years I have created my own work as well as having developed and performed work in the UK and internationally with; The Bristol Old Vic, National Theatre Wales, Qube Art Gallery, China Plate, Battersea Arts Centre, San Diego Fringe, Alma Alter: Bulgaria, and the Birmingham REP.
My training is in Performance, Directing and Devising Theatre with applied Filmmaking, and through my personal practice I explore philosophy, art, pop-culture and contemporary clowning.
The work I make is rooted in questioning masculinity and deconstructing mental health. It's often absurdist, comedic and raucous, responding to urgent themes that question our human experience/contemporary living.
I'm also a freelance workshop facilitator specialising in working with children and young adults exploring their lives through devised theatre making, autobiographical story performance, and creative/experiential learning.
I was recently nominated by Nation Theatre Wales for the Evening Standard Future Theatre Makers Award.
South Wales based performer + theatre MAKER come Nonsensical Ideasman
News and stuff that's happening now(ish)
Creative Minds Making New Work Online.
Open Source is a collaborative, multi-faceted Digital-Art project that aims to question what we can make, where we can make it and who can be involved.
Funded by Arts Council of Wales, we will be supporting three projects, investing in the invention of new technology and hosting numerous online discussion sessions and funding new working experiments.
WELCOME TO NOWHERE
A semi-live online theatre performance.
Our social media feeds are a tangental never ending ever changing contemporary story space in which we can be fooled, convinced, enlightened or enraged. Plus I've been having some really fucked up dreams.
Interested in what living in isolation means when we replace our everyday with digital and non-literal experiences.
In this piece the performer is cracked, the mask is off and the beers are open as I explore the intangible nature of our lockdown dreams merged with the visual medium of social media.
Online Theatre Festival Nov 2020
A short online festival of work in progress from some of Wales’ most exciting solo-performance makers, brought to you by Le Public Space, Newport.
Supported by Dirty Protest and funded by the Arts Council of Wales, I curated a week of accessible activities that included public conversations, performances and Q&A's with Artists.
Travelling back in time to
my 7th birthday party
BITS OF THOUGHTS FROM THINGS
SOON THIS WILL ALL BE A MEMORY