I tell stories. I’m an Earphones Award-winning narrator. I’ve recorded more than 300 audiobooks and audio dramas — including Audible and New York Times bestsellers — with a client list that includes Audible, the BBC, Big Finish, Blackstone, Brilliance, Dreamscape, Hachette, HarperCollins, Hodder & Stoughton, Macmillan, Penguin Random House, Podium, Ukemi and others.
I’m a brain injury survivor, and I have a unique understanding of the music of language.
I was born in South Africa, in a valley Alan Paton called ‘lovely beyond any singing of it’. I grew up travelling, picking up a range of authentic dialects and languages along the way, eventually studying music and drama at the University of Cape Town. In South Africa, I worked in the theatre, touring the country with a small repertory company, as well as appearing on radio, TV and film.
I moved to London to study classical acting at LAMDA, and went on to train as a singer at the Royal Academy of Music, where I was part of the second graduating cohort of the now legendary RAM Musical Theatre programme. I also have an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia.
I now live just outside of London, in Hertfordshire.