I have been back on set with ‘Buddy Box Films’ shooting their debut feature film ‘Crawl to Me Darling’. I’m playing the lead role of Millie in the psychological thriller. Watch this space for stills and trailer release coming soon!
Happy New Year everyone!!
Very excited to share that feature film ‘King of Crime’ (in which I play ‘Zoe’ alongside a very talented named cast), has been picked up by Lionsgate for distribution.
Following its cinematic release at the end of 2018, the film will be available to buy & download at the following places: Tesco, Asda, Sky, Amazon, iTunes, BT, Virgin, Googleplay, Sony and many more from the 14th January 2019!
Preorder it now on Amazon here.
Feature film ‘King of Crime’ has its cinema release!
I play ‘Zoe’ in this gangster crime movie alongside Claire King, Mark Wingett, Vas Blackwood, Nicholas Brendon and others- full cast and crew list can be found on the official website here.
It can currently be found in selected cinemas and will have further distribution following.
It’s here! The trailer for feature film ‘Blood Bags’ has been released by sales agents Devilworks.
I play the lead role of Tracy in award winning director Emiliano Ranzanis latest feature. She’s a student from Ohio who has travelled to beautiful Turin, Italy to study architectural archaeology. She and a friend stumble across an old mansion where not all is as it seems.
The film is currently making its mark at the American Film Market, and has its first screening at the Torino Film Commission tomorrow. Enjoy the trailer below and watch this space for future release dates!
Recently, I was cast in the role of ‘Older Rose’, a paramedic in a ‘future’ portion of feature film ‘Summer Camp’.
I had a great day learning procedures from the on set paramedic as well as working with a great team.
Following the sell out run of ‘Brit Ain’t Right’ earlier this year, I was cast in Inferna Productions devised play ‘Blurred Lines’. During this process, we wrote and created the piece based on our personal experiences- so this was an incredible opportunity to develop and perform my own writing.
It was a piece that followed 3 different womens’ stories and touched on some of the issues raised by the ever relevant and important #MeToo movement:
—–Blurred Lines—– “We live in a generation where the language of sex has become blurred. In this raw, cathartic devised space- women explore their identities after being affected by the many facets of sexualisation and abuse”.
The play had a sell out 3 day run in Camdens Etcetera Theatre, and not only had a great reception, but may be coming back at some point- watch this space!
I’m so excited to be part of the incredible cast of upcoming play ‘Brit Ain’t Right’. at the Katzpace theatre from 25th-27th March, this will be the movements second play, following its sellout run in October last year. Tickets can be found here, and you can follow us at @Brit_Aint_Right