Previous paid speaking roles
In March 2015 I completed an Acting Foundation course Bruford College. The course allowed me to receive a taster of what life at a drama school is really like. I was given the chance to expand on the skills I have gained from my previous learning, whilst also giving me the fantastic opportunity of working with professionals from outside the College. A key element of the course was participating in workshops which teach us about different styles of acting and the different fields of the entertainment industry such as writing, t.v. and film.
In May 2012 I completed a HND Acting and Performance course at Dundee College.
During the course I performed in five productions: two devised productions and three text based productions: Lee Hall's The Good Hope Tanya Ronder's Vernon God Little in which I had to master both the Mexican and the Texas accent, and Shakespeare's Macbeth
During the Edinburgh Festival of 2013, I had the privilege of working with The Invisible Dot Company. Furthermore, I successfully auditioned for and appeared in High Noon Cubist Café, produced by a Film and Media student. This was my first taster of on screen acting.