And it’s here- a sneak peak of whats to come from feature film ‘Bloodbags’, which I filmed this Summer in Turin, Italy with award winning director Emiliano Ranzani.
The film is set for distribution in 2018. Check out the link below to see what’s coming.
So, after a brilliant 5/6 months being represented by Michael Harris at Boland & Reeve, my legend of an agent has began his own journey setting up his own agency, and he’s asked me to go with him!
This is extremely exciting for both of us and I can’t wait to see what this coming year will bring!
I can now be found at Apollo Artist Management with the ever lovely Michael Harris- link to social medias and website below & contact details can be found here!
And that’s a wrap! I’m so proud of playing the female supporting role of ‘Jade’ in Dark Temple Motion Pictures’ latest horror film ‘The Barge People’.
It’s safe to say I have had an incredible experience shooting with this cast and crew, from night shoots, to hurricane conditions and to daily blood and slime make up, it’s been full on, and I’ve truly loved every second. I cannot wait to see the final outcome, but for now it’s off to post production. Set for distribution late 2018/early 2019, watch this space for teasers, trailers and details to be released.
I have just returned from 5 weeks of filming in Turin, Italy for the lead role of Tracy in award winning director Emiliano Ranzanis’ feature film ‘Bloodbags’.
Without saying too much, the film is now entering post production and is expected to be released early 2018- watch this space!
More information can be found here– You may need to translate the page.
I’m absolutely thrilled to have been cast in the role Emily in Glass Half Full Theatres’ two hander production of ‘Monologues of a Tired Nurse’.
The play tells the story of two NHS workers on the frontline struggling to cope with the pressures of the mounting paperwork and stress. Short staffed and underpaid these two nurses meet and tell the story of nursing in the modern day. A candid look at what it is to be a nurse written by a nurse.
The play had a hugely successful run at Barons Court Theatre earlier this year receiving several 4 star reviews-‘The performances are solid and convincing, particularly that of Makenna Guyler as the sweet natured but overwhelmed Emily.’ ‘Raw and real’.
This was followed by a 2 night stint at Wandsworth Fringe, and we now come to our final run at Camden Fringe- 4 nights from the 16th- 19th August 2017- Tickets can be purchased here!
Photos by Jennifer Evans
This is my first project I’ve produced as well as acted in and it has been one of the best experiences I’ve had. I got to work with such an incredible team of people, who have really given their all in creating something amazing. I got to partner up with Richard Summers-Calvert on and off screen, and make something we’re very proud of! This is just the beginning of this films journey- but for now it’s into post production!!
I was recently back on set with the lovely BuddyBox films, for their latest project which is a promo for a feature, set to film over the summer this year. With a aeroplane hanger and beachfront, the locations were stunning, and I can’t wait to see the finished product!
I was so excited to be involved with such a great team for the infamous London sci-fi 48hour film challenge! Being a part of a team and collaborating with everyone to take something from the brief, to script, to screen in such a small time frame is such a challenge- but we made the Top 10 short list!!! Our entry can be found below
This week has been all about networking and celebrating!
First off, I had the cinematic screening of ‘Holt’ to attend. This was shot over the course of the summer 2014, and so the screening was an amazing opportunity to catch up with everyone who had been involved. Seeing the project come together as a whole was so much fun to watch, and on the morning of the premiere, we received news that we had made official selection for the first film festival the film has entered! The film had a great reception, and I feel that its’ festival journey is just beginning- so watch this space!!
I then topped the week off by attending the ‘Feast of Varanasi’ world premiere. It was amazing to see and hear
about the journey of the film both on and off screen, to see the final product, despite the difficulties and more so to be Rajan Kumar Patels’ directorial debut- it really is a thrilling watch. We met so many warm, supportive people atthe after party, including Rajan himself, who spoke very highly of everyone involved. I firmly believe he is one to watch and this film really is a product of passion and drive- give it a watch!