From the age of 3 my parents knew I was going to be a singer. I was that child that would serenade the waiting room at the doctors with my version of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. As soon as I was old enough I went to music school to learn the basics of music theory and to explore the different types of instruments I could play, but when I heard the choir singing I knew I wanted to join.
I sang with the Ace of Herts Choir for 13 years and was lucky enough to repeatedly sing at The Royal Albert Hall, The Royal Festival Hall and The Barbican. I was classically trained but I was also taught to sing a variety of different genres and in a number of different languages. At the age of 18 I went to University to study Musical Theatre and I have since played the lead in a variety of musicals including Hairspray, Sister Act, Calendar Girls and Aladdin the Pantomime. I started teaching and Voice Coaching in my early twenties and have supported a variety of different ages and abilities with finding their voice.