I'm a theatre publicist, creative, and a generally rather opinionated, vociferous and boisterous user of long words where smaller ones would suffice.

  From early days as an assistant director in Frankfurt, Germany (where I was also born) through to the smorgasbord of freelance work I do in London today, I've been working in theatre for the better part of 12 years.

I've also worked in cabaret, classical music, art, museums and heritage, and have a wide interest in entertainment and the arts. Other interests include single malt whisky, role-playing games, walking instead of taking public transport, coats of all shapes and sizes and reading novels.

I live with my son in Kennington.

Alongside my work as a publicist, I was an active theatre blogger for 7 years, including blog series on Fringe Review and Fringe Guru, articles for What's On Stage and Indieoma and reviews for Fringe Review, Fringe Guru, What's On Stage, One Stop Arts and Yelp. I was also the theatre editor of One Stop Arts from 2011-2013. Most of my writing can be read here.

I have also given many interviews and written articles about publicity and my own creative work - please see below:

Article in The Stage, "Publicists may be an easy target, but they're essential to theatre"

Guest Blog on Fringe Review for Edinburgh Fringe 2016

TV Interview on London Live

Interview with James Waygood on Grumpy Gay Critic

Interview with Laura Kressly on The Play's The Thing UK

Article in London Pub Theatres, "What kills a skunk is the publicity it gives itself"

Interview with Amy Taylor on The Taylor Trash

Interview on Views from the Gods

Interview on London City Nights