I am an actress, voice artist and employment lawyer living and working in London. Born in London Battersea, growing up in Kent and of Ghanian descent. 

My project Afro Archives – explores the experience of black women with afro-textured hair in the performance industry by comparing it to those of different cultural heritage, also looking at gender and age differences too.

I’m former chair of The Act For Change Project, a charity campaigning for greater diversity in the arts alongside an incredible group of people as co-trustees, committee members and ambassadors.

I am a founding member of HIV Voices, a creative writing performance project that works in association with London’s largest HIV charity – Positive East. HIV Voices has been performed at a range of venues including The Lost Theatre, Kings Head, Tristan Bates and Pleasance Theatre.

Thank you for visiting me here!

Check out the reviews for our critically acclaimed two-person performance of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance Of Being Earnest.

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A review by Meghan Smith for North West End of The Importance Of Being Earnest
photo: Harry Elletson
A review by Jim Compton-Hall for The Upcoming of The Importance Of Being Earnest
photo: Harry Elletson
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