After graduating in 2004 from The Royal Conservatoire Scotland, I stayed in Glasgow to co-found Theatre Modo, working for the company as actor and musician on ​Ubu (UK & international tours), Don Quixote (Citizens' Theatre) and The Snow Queen (Citizens' Theatre). 

Other theatre work includes: three UK tours of a two actor adaptation of Pride & Prejudice for Two Bit Classics & Richard Darbourne Ltd.; Much Ado About Nothing (Borachio/Friar/Musician) and He’s Much to Blame (Deleval) both for the Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander) at the Bolton Octagon; And Tell Sad Stories of The Deaths of Queens (Candy Delaney) for the Glasgay/Tennessee Williams Festival at The Citizens' Theatre; a UK tour of Thin Ice (Daniel Steinberg) for Shams Theatre.

TV work includes: BBC TV drama, The Crash (BBC/Darlow Smithson); docu-dramas,The Angry Brigade (BBC) and Scottish Killers (STV); Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and River City.  

I was  a member of the BBC’s Radio Drama Company in 2016 and have worked regularly in radio productions since 2002, including roles for all the new recordings of the Paul Temple Mysteries and award-winning productions, The Grapes of Wrath and Lifelines.

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Coming up: BBC Radio four-part drama, "4/4" by Robin Brooks & Sarah Wooley is a  comic look into the private lives of a fictional string quartet.  Their barely functioning  private lives contrast with their sublime playing. 
TX: Radio 4, 22nd to 25th Jan. 2018, 2.15p.m. daily.