A little about me

Growing up I loved to write and play musical instruments. For as long as I can remember I've expressed myself through journalling, poetry, lyrics. My love of words took me to Oxford University, where I studied MA English Literature & Language, and in 2015 I released my first album titled Who Are You? It was a milestone for me. I was fortunate enough to be introduced by Tom Robinson on BBC6 Music and be reviewed by media outlets including The Guardian. I don't mind telling you that it was challenging getting up on stage, being seen and singing about my inner-most thoughts. Yet I can't imagine life without having had that experience. Songwriting helped me get comfortable sharing my authentic self and the creative process makes a great container for emotions, a place to meet them with curiosity and acceptance.​


I consider creativity to be a healing path and after experiencing this first-hand I was hooked on personal transformation. I studied counselling at Birkbeck University followed by psychotherapy at Regents. I learned how the unconscious mind impacts our behaviour and how unintegrated tension and trauma can live inside our system if it goes unchecked. I practiced holding safe spaces where people could feel their feelings and I learned to trust in the validity of every emotion that surfaces - to view their coming to pass as a natural, necessary part of growth.

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From here I trained in Transformational Breath®, a powerful practice that restores your optimal breath pattern; the natural depth and flow that nourished your body and soul before bad habits like shallow breathing crept in. Transformational Breath® acts directly on your physiology, surfacing and processing emotions that no longer serve us to make more room for joy. My own experiences with this technique have been profound. States of bliss and a strong sense of connectedness to others and to the natural world. I'm now qualified to facilitate Transformational Breath® sessions, including personal coaching at the client's request. Transformational Breath® has been awarded Best Complementary Therapy by the Institute of Complementary and Natural Medicine and all practitioners are accredited by the International Coaching Federation. Sessions can also be adapted to work just as well with children and babies, as they do with adults.

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Today I'm at your service providing writing services for conscious entrepreneurs and brands. I'm also one half of electro-pop folk/jazz duo Green and Pine, a music and mixed-media project with composer Sponn. I also work as a Transformational Breath® Therapist. I believe everyone deserves peace, freedom from past hurts and joy as they move towards the fullest expression of their light and their gifts in this world. It is my pleasure to champion anyone who chooses to embark on the process of transformation, to be present for them through the tears and laughter, and support them with proven techniques.

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