I come from a background of classical music performance and attended the Royal Northern College of Music (UK) with Viola as my main study. I was lucky enough to work with many world-renowned conductors and performed across Europe in Orchestras and String Quartets. In 2008 I became a Teacher and Ensemble Leader for Staffordshire Performing Arts in the UK.
I have always wanted to teach abroad so when the opportunity to teach at St Andrews arose I was ready for the challenge and adventure. I’m a High School Teacher now but have taught every year group from Reception upwards at some point during my 10 years at the school.
I have always liked adventure and in Thailand, this is usually by bicycle, both in Bangkok and to some more remote areas of the country. I also enjoy performing music outside of school with Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.
St Andrews is a very close community where teachers, parents and students are all known to each other. The students really make this a great place to work as they are always very thoughtful of each other and very appreciative towards teachers. It is a very unique atmosphere.