As a writer she works in all mediums: theatre, radio, TV, film and is increasingly interested in cross-platform and transmedia storytelling. Her short monologue, One Hour and Forty Five Minutes, written for Dirty Protest Theatre’s plays-in-a-bag project was produced at the Royal Court, Theatre Clwyd and National Theatre Wales’ Dirty Gifted and Welsh. Her short audio drama Cursed was produced for EarCandy. Her short play Split was selected from two evenings of script-in-hand readings by the audience and will be produced as part of Playpen in November at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. She has just joined the all-female playwright company Agent 160.
She produces for Scriptography Productions including, a new play To Kill a Machine by Catrin Fflur Huws about war-time code-breaker Alan Turing which premiered at Aberystwyth Arts Centre before touring to Sherman Cymru Foyer and being presented at a Science cafe event at Swansea University. To Kill a Machine will be redeveloped in 2014 before a national tour of Wales and the UK. She produced EarCandy, an audio drama project from a web platform using digital media interfaces and also produces the Crash Test scratch night allowing writers to develop work in progress for audiences.
She runs Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s Writing for Performance Group leading their monthly meetings and producing all their projects including Beginnings, Town with No Traffic Warden and Playpen.
She is the creator and producer of the Response Time project, she curated Pilot Light and will be participating as a writer in Transitions.
Performances of Response Time: Transitions are Sunday 27th October 5.30PM, 7PM and 8.30PM at the Gas Gallery, Aberystwyth, Park Avenue.