1. What is something not too many people know about you?
I've struggled with Attention Deficit Disorder my whole life, which has really affected every aspect of my personal and professional life. I’m constantly learning how to manage it and I think it's much more complex than most people realise.
2. What are your biggest passions or hobbies?
I'm very passionate about politics, theatre and travelling, so it fits that I'm studying political theatre at university! Though school is very full-on and takes up nearly all my time, I do try and fit in trips when possible, even days out or quick weekends away. So far, I've travelled to 22 countries and counting. I also enjoy modelling and photography as side jobs and creative hobbies, and I absolutely love singing.
3. What are your goals for the future?
In the next five years I would like to be teaching sex education using applied theatrical techniques across rural America. I also would like to be working with communities to find out where access to information is being blocked and how we can collectively improve that access. I strongly believe that people should be free to make their own choices, but it's important to make informed choices. Following this would ideally be a career in politics.
4. What is your definition of success?
Success is a very personal goal. For me, I'm successful if I'm working on projects I'm invested in and passionate about (and that always includes a creative aspect).
5. Tell us something about the projects you're currently working on.
Right now I'm producing a show with my company, Liminal Theatre Productions, about the Women's March in London 2017. It's a devised piece, a personal retelling of the journey to the March, interspersed with tales of fierce women from history and stories behind the individuals who came together across the world that day. In addition, I'm always working to push creative boundaries with my modeling and photography.