I am dedicated to promoting social change and working towards creating a more equal and just society both through my own theatre and cultural work as well as guiding and training other theatre-makers and emerging artists in their respective processes. A particular focus of my work has been diversity and representation, intersectionality and solidarity, as well as ending sexual violence and abuse.
The London fringe theatre I co-founded in 2014 and co-lead, The Bread & Roses Theatre, has distinguished itself through its diversity-conscious work and the support of equal opportunities, for which it has been awarded three times. In 2013 I founded activist theatre and film company Goblin Baby Co, which is not afraid to address taboos and aims to raise social awareness. I have also supported V-Day since 2011 and worked with the UK branch of V-Day's One Billion Rising campaign from its launch in 2012 up until 2018, an organisation and campaing working to end sexual violence and abuse. Beyond that, my film & theater projects address many more topics, such as supporting LGBTQ+ rights and an inclusiveness of people with disabilities.I have also worked with London-based companies, such as Artistic Directors of the Future and Tamasha, to promote and support the representation of People of Color both onstage and behind the scenes, especially in leadership positions. Projetcs include theUNHEARD Festivals in 2013 and 2015 as well as the One Billion Rising Festivalin 2016 and yearly V-Day benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues since 2013 . Several of my theatre projects have been invited to transfer to other festivals, such as the Clear Lines Festival and the Keble Arts Festival (We Need To Talk), I have also previouslyspoken on various panels, for instance at the WOW Festival, Greenwich Bookfest and North London Literary Festival, and my work has been featured in various articles, television and radio interviews.