I am a qualified Alexander Technique Teacher, a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (MSTAT).

After studying French and Art History in Paris, and interning at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, my career was spent working in museums. I organised the Tate Gallery collection loans out programme, and then from 1999 was the Exhibition Registrar at Tate Modern. From 2007-2013 I was the Senior Exhibition Registrar at The National Gallery, London.

I had my first Alexander Technique lesson in 1994 and I continued to have lessons alongside my career for 20 years. It changed my life. I have had lessons with some of the doyens of the technique including Walter Carrington in 1995. In 2014 I decided to study to be a teacher and I graduated in 2016. I hope my long gestation period as a pupil and intensive final 3 year teacher training will bring a richness and freshness to the lessons I can now offer.