An actor and law graduate from King’s College London, I work with companies, organisations and training institutions using improvised and scripted roleplay and forum theatre for live training in conflict resolution and communication, management and customer service skills, as well as for professional assessments and exams.
This work includes improvised and scripted roleplay in corporate environments for recruitment assessment and training & development purposes, as well as simulated patient roleplay for medical students, GP registrars, doctors and specialists as part of training and assessments in the health care industry.
Organisations I have worked with include PwC, Volkswagen, The College of Law, Atlassian, Westpac, Telstra, AMP, The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Centre for Genetics Education, College of Intensive Care Medicine, The Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners, Australasian College of Emergency Medicine, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Donate Life, Transport for NSW, Sydney University, Western Sydney University, Macquarie University, UTS and University of New South Wales, amongst others.
Since graduating from The Actors College of Theatre & Television in 2007, I regularly work on stage and screen. I have performed at Kings Cross Theatre, Casula Powerhouse, The Old 505, Shakespeare by the Sea, New Theatre, Sydney Fringe Festival, Word Travels, Short & Sweet Festival and ATYP. My screen work includes numerous short films including Julia and Joy (Tropfest) and the award-winning Shift as well as roles in episodes of TV and online series Deadly Women, Watch With Mother, Axmo Deus and Out of the Blue. I also work as a bilingual voiceover artist.
After completing my law degree in 2001, I worked part-time as a Senior Paralegal at Schweizer Kobras, Solicitors & Notaries, a bilingual commercial Sydney law firm, for 12 years. This experience provided me with a good understanding of the corporate workplace and its communication, recruitment and HR management challenges.