I began my career 25 years ago, training as an actor at the Royal Conservatoire for Scotland. I went on to work as an actor in theatre, TV and radio. In 2001 I further developed my study of communication by training as a voice coach at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, gaining an MA Voice Studies, giving me expert knowledge in the function and delivery of the human voice. In 2005 I began working at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and in 2006 was appointed Head of Voice with responsibility for the development of voice training across the Musical Theatre programme and then in 2011 the entire performance programmes. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, only awarded to those individuals with a sustained track record in higher education. Since 2017 I have been the lead communications trainer for the Women into Leadership conference series, training women across the UK to find greater confidence in their voices. In 2019 due to significant demand for my business training I returned to being freelance in order to support a wider range of clients.
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I believe that everyone should have the opportunity to be empowered through their use of voice and body language. My training style is dynamic, humorous and committed to achieving a relaxed open, clear sound. You will be amazed at the results you will achieve.