Hi there. If you have made it here, you probably want to know a bit about me. So here goes…
I am an actor. That much is probably obvious. What is probably not so usual for an actor is that I originally trained as a physicist. After completing a masters degree at Bath, I went on to study acting at Guildford School of Acting. Since leaving, I have performed new comedy writing with Salisbury Fringe, I have filmed student films, led professional workshops and have played Sebastian in Twelfth Night. I made my West End debut in March 2023, playing David Heycock in Debate: Baldwin vs. Buckley, directed by Christopher McElroen.
As I mentioned, before acting, I was a physics student. Before university I had focused on singing rather than acting, having been in a multitude of choirs, and taking lessons. At Bath I joined the student theatre group and fell in love with acting. When I reached my third (of four) year, and I had sacrificed more and more lecture attendance to acting, rehearsing and directing, I knew that the arts, not science was where my heart truly lay. I managed to get a place at GSA, while still leaving Bath with a 2:1 in physics.
At GSA, despite the difficulties presented by COVID, I grabbed every opportunity I could. I played Lysander in our production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as well as writing and creating my own short-film and showreel scenes: “Dyssomnia” and “A Good Person”. It was at GSA that I also met fellow actor and partner, Brooke Camilleri Agius.
Since graduating, I was almost immediately picked up by Brownsea Open Air Theatre, to play the role of Sebastian in Twelfth Night in summer 2022, alongside Brooke in the role of Viola. I also took part in the Salisbury Fringe, showcasing new comedy writing, having jumped in last-minute. I have run professional workshops for Bath University Student Theatre, as well as writing and filming my own work, including a short comedy scene.
Beyond the world of acting, I use my first degree for educational physics writing, helping to create revision aids and material for GCSE and A-Level students. I also enjoy fiction writing, and dabble in mixology, close-up magic, and walks and runs on the New Forest.