I started my career as a communication support worker supporting Deaf students in higher education. After I qualified in 2009, (post graduate diploma in Sign Language Interpreting), I became a freelance interpreter working predominantly in mental health services for Deaf people.
After ten years and a wealth of experience, I decided I wanted to go back to my theatre roots, (BA.hons in Theatre Studies and Spanish). I have been working with Deaf artists, actors, dancers, directors, writers, and producers in theatre/ dance rehearsals, auditions, film shoots and back stage. Access to the Arts is so important for mental well being and I love to be a part of a creative process.