Recent Projects


Director of the world premiere of INTERIOR, a short play by Nick Payne. Runs 19 July - 31 August, at the Summer Shorts Festival @ 59E59. Tickets.

Associate Director on the Broadway transfer of Sea Wall/A Life. Directed by Carrie Cracknell, written by Simon Stephens and Nick Payne, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge. Selected as New York Times Critics Pick.


Director of Melis Aker’s ‘Field Awakening’ in the Vibrant Reading Series at the Finborough Theatre. Thursday 20 June, 3pm. Tickets.

Feb-Present: Associate Director on the Broadway transfer of INK. Directed by Rupert Goold, written by James Graham and starring Bertie Carvel and Jonny Lee Miller. Winner of two Tony awards.


May: Workshop of Melis Aker’s ‘Gilded Isle’ takes place at New York Theatre Workshop.

Jan-March: Associate Director on Sea Wall/A Life at the Public Theater.

Joined the Public Theater’s Young Partners Board as an Artistic Representative.


SEPTEMBER: Led Collaboration Weekend at Columbia University.

AUGUST: Co-Creator of NEW HERE, at Dixon Place, 7.30pm, 16th August, 2018. 

MAY-JUNE: THE SINBAD LAB at Target Margin Theatre.

Director of RICHARD III by William Shakespeare and Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts 

Director of BUILDING PAIN, produced by Origin Theatre and Shea Delves Production. Nominated for three awards at the First Irish Festival, including 'Best Actor', 'Best Playwright' and 'Best Design'.

Director on a reading of 100 Awkward Ways to be a Person by Marianna Staroselsky at La MaMa.

2017:                                                                                                                                                                Ass. Broadway revival of M. Butterfly. Directed by Julie Taymor, written by David Henry Hwang and starring Clive Owen.

Director of a new play at Rule of 7x7 at the Tank.

Associate Director on Undergroundwritten by Isla Van Tricht and directed by Kate Tiernan at 59E59 Theaters.

Director on a reading of Overshadowed by Eva O'Connor as part of the Mondays of May reading series at Origin Theatre Company.

Graduated from Columbia University with an MFA in Theatre Directing. 

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