Born with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, from a young age, I knew the importance of diverse and accurate representation. Having come out as non-binary during the lockdown, it became crucial to me to be critical of the media we consume in our daily lives. I believe it is important to discuss representation and how they impact wider society.

Growing up I was fortunate enough to be nurtured by the community and staff at the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology, performing and learning about Musical Theatre for four amazing years. This continued during my Bachelor’s Degree at the University of York, studying Theatre; Writing, Directing, and Performance. Even though I found my path in audio mediums, I treasure the lessons I learned and how they made me the person I am today.

Ever since I started learning about film and television at GCSEs, I fell in love with the craft. I have a dense collection of blu-rays that not only are movies that I loved but they are a time capsule of treasured memories. I hope to use this blog as a way of sharing my thoughts and opening up conversations about film, television, and theatre. Hope you enjoy reading my thoughts, and it gives you an insight into the chaotic landscape that is my mind.