As a creative practitioner I love nothing more than using my acting and performing skills to bring projects to life, especially where they can make a positive impact.
The Accidental Magician
At 1am on live television, I accidentally announced, in a moment of panic, that I was working on a non-existent magic show. Ever the people pleaser, here it is. But how did I get here and what has magic taught me along the way?
A series of short films that show the depths of human emotion through the use of magic and visual storytelling.
My show, Finding Magic, uses a mixture of storytelling, humour, magic and film. A deeply compelling piece of theatre that is moving, amusing and magical.
Peachy & Me
Peachy & Me invites you into a world where storytelling, magic and comedy entwine to celebrate the triumph of joy amidst life’s challenges.
Peachy’s magnetic stage presence and mischievous antics create an atmosphere of pure delight.
Five Days to Say Goodbye
My film, Five Days to Say Goodbye, which captures the story of my final days with my son before his funeral, has been selected for both the Courage Film Festival in Berlin – an international film festival that offers a platform for films that spark discussion and debate, and the Norwich Film Festival – an international film festival that celebrates independent film.
Claudia, The Complimentary Critic
Claudia, The Complimentary Critic, was a performance project for galleries, museums and trails. The project aimed to enhance the visitors connection with the art and artist in an entertaining, playful and thought-provoking way, as well as gather vital feedback for the artists involved in the exhibition.
Live performance experience, Tina’s Pop-in, aims to engage with audiences in an interactive and accessible way, which has taken residency in cafes, festivals, community festivals, theatres and nightclubs! It is a pop-up salon offering pampering, peace and playfulness bringing a positive view of self worth, reflection and self image while enhancing wellbeing and confidence.