I am an actress and an artist.
My blog is where I tell the world what I’m doing (or not!). It’s where I post new poems, sculptures, artworks, acting info, career news and updates, and communicate with the world! I am ‘Global Scoble’ after all! I love receiving comments (good ones!) and of course, likes! So hit the follow button and encourage me to write more blogs! 🙂
Sculpture is a recent passion. In 2016 my first sculpture won the V&A Inspired by… Competition in the Ceramics category.
View Sculpture Portfolio here
Art has played an important role throughout my life: illustrating books | scenic artist | drawings and animation for TV.
View Art Portfolio here
My theatrical career began at age three in A Million Pound Note with Gregory Peck. At ten I was in the iconic film *The Village of the Damned (Dir.Wolf Rilla) as a blonde-haired cuckoo child.
*This film has a wide following today, and until lockdown interrupted it, I was enjoying cast signing events—even autographing photos in the US.
I was in The Elephant Man (Dir. David Lynch)
More recent sojourns into filmmaking include titles such as: Cute Little Buggers (Dir. Tony Jopia) and Tea for Terror! (Dir. John R. Walker)
View Theatrical Portfolio here
In 2004-2014 I set up an After-School Filmmaking Company Pinecone Studios Limited and a not for profit filmmaking company If It Moves Shoot It Ltd.(IIMSI) and for several years ran after-school drama and filmmaking workshops in inner city schools. The filmmaking workshops resulted in short films being premiered at international film festivals, winning awards.
I wrote a play called Rapscallion. And adapted The Sleeping Beauty pantomime.
Debut performances, in the presence of the Lord Mayor of London, were staged in the City of London.
Rapscallion and The Sleeping Beauty have since been performed by other schools.
I am currently adapting the Rapscallion story into an illustrated novel.