Born in 1984, Bern CH, a Pisces; Schooled in south east England. Gifted in an understanding of physical science and mathematics, a talent and love for the stage, music and drama. Studied Archaeology and Theology at Cambridge University England. Involved in the developing theatre groups at Cambridge ADC Theatre where doors opened to a world of international physical theatre.
From London, to Amsterdam studying Music, Dance and Choreography, a time of great inspiration, rich with intercultural and interdisciplinary exchange. Challenging Body and Spirit not just on a Creative level but on a material and social level to. Experimental Voice and dance work led to the emergence of the 6 Songs Project. Leading the project for 2 years and with funding from the Artscouncil Amsterdam in 2012. The realisation of a new voice theatre research and performance group in Holland. A member of Sergey Kovalewich's Song of Songs Project in Russia, between 2011 and 2012. A master who taught me humility and strength.
In 2012, moving upon a clear sign I left Holland for the mountains of Switzerland. Embraced the challenge to develop physically and mentally amidst the most powerful teacher - the Natural World. Returning, back to the Mountains of the Berner Oberland, CH, Learning how to observe.
2014 and the decision to follow the Teaching path. Choosing for Intensive Yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India. Since 2015 teaching Yoga full-time and developing a work through Yoga with migrants and refugees. Studying a Masters in Music Pedagogy (MAS) at the Bernese School of Arts (HKB). Involved with various music projects, most prominently a long term project with France/Portugal based Doc Rossi. Teaching Singing and Improvisation LIve and Online.
Art is creative discovery.
The intention - a commitment to learning a modern psychological and body based approach to dealing with trauma and destructive patterns of behaviour. Combining wisdoms of all ages with the wisdom within to find fulfilment and personal happiness.to live gracefully, with vitality and deep trust in the nature of belonging, in this world.