I am a theatre maker, specialising in movement based work. My practice has been shaped by the dualistic experience of living in between two cultural contexts - London and Estonia - and a state of floating between the disciplines of theatre and dance. After years of trying, I gave up on the idea of fully belonging in only one context and, instead, decided to focus on points of intersection and building bridges between all the different worlds I come into contact with. From theatre to dance, music, animation, fashion, film and visual art.

My artistic practice unfolds through performing, directing and movement directing, always thriving in projects that are experimental, collaborative and interdisciplinary. My approaches are informed by my training in acting, devising, live art and music as well as in various physical practices, ranging from figure skating to dance to somatics to martial arts. 

I am inspired by dialogues and tensions between: body/voice, text/movement, stillness/speed, material/immaterial, the rational/irrational, the rehearsed/improvised; bodies that are sensitive and explosively responsive, strong and fragile, poetic, banal, primal and contemporary.


I am currently based in Estonia.


Training

MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.
BA Drama and Theatre Arts, Goldsmiths, University of London.

Professional development workshops I have attended include: Jasmin Vardimon Company, Iona Kewney, Jos Baker, Chekhov technique for dancers, Gaga, Laban Conservatoire summer school, Heini Nukari: "Body is Voice" and many more.