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“I teach people using acting techniques and training methods for different purposes. I work with actors, aspiring drama students and anyone who would like to explore their creativity to reach their potential. Acting is an essential part of being Human, we play many roles in social interaction.
I strongly believe that acting exercises are important for improving self-awareness, social skills and self–esteem. If one is an aspiring actor we concentrate on finding his/her own creative genius using Stanislavski, Meyerhold, Vahtangov, Brecht, Grotowski, Ann Bogart , Suzuki and other theatre practitioner’s techniques."
To explore and build the skills in all levels at work environment for teamwork for example we use the tools of imagination, investigate ideas, issues and memories, play with life-script and address real-life relations responsibly.
I am very passionate about the Sir Ken Robinson’s statement:
‘Creativity is as important in education as literacy or numeracy and
we should treat it with the same status.’
Creative process using acting tools in my opinion is the one of the most
powerful transformation techniques”.
Bachelor of Arts for Acting in Theatre and Film; Master of Arts in Theatre and Film; Master of Philosophy in Drama, Cert IV in Training and Assessment, Introduction to Dramatherapy.
My Philosophy & Vision
Thanks for visiting my site. I am a passionate Theater Actor with years of experience in the industry. I love what I do, and want others to see that love shine through in all of my work. Take a look around to find information about myself, my career, updates on projects I’m working on, and any upcoming events.
With a life-long dedication to Theater, I can see the benefits for the soul. I have spent years learning many techniques which I pass onto my students. I am continuously exploring the relationship between acting, drama, personal expression and healing and strive to expand my portfolio of exercises and ideas. Read my blog as I dive into the unknown and provide expertise through my research.
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