I started stand up in October 2012 after completing the excellent course run by Paul Smith (the now incredibly famous stadium filling Ginger King Of Comedy, but still I should add very humble) at Hot Water Comedy Club.

In the first few years I was runner up for Hot Water New Comedian Of The Year, a finalist in Southport New Comedian Of The Year and came third in XS Manchester’s Comedian Of The Year. I was regular compere at Pros & Coms  in Liverpool and then Commo Comedy Club in Chester while gigging across the North West. I’ve gigged with Gary Delaney, Tom State (won't remember me as I was too shy to talk to them) and Tudur Owen (lovely guy). 

I've performed two solo shows, the first which epically long and not tremendously good, and the second which was pretty good but was seen by barely anyone. I'm now an infrequent gigger and spend my time predominantly looking after Commo Comedy Club and Theatr Clwyd Comedy Club


I was a director, writer, producer and designed sets and sound for various productions. I trained at York St John College (University Of Leeds) with time at HKU Drama School in Utrecht, Netherlands.

My three performed plays are my first play Three Cheers For HRH, a short play written for the Stephen Joseph Youth Theatre when I was 16. Revenge was performed at York Theatre Royal (it was later adapted into On The Edge which was performed by Grin Theatre in Liverpool). Floating was funded by Arts Council England and premiered at Unity Theatre before touring nationally. My last directorial project was Chris Chibnall’s footballing comedy Gaffer at Unity Theatre.

I'm currently working on a solo storytelling show.