Emily trained on Central’s BA (Hons) Acting course, graduating in 2003. Prior to that she studied French and Drama at the University of Birmingham. She has also trained with and taught at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Bigfoot Arts Education and the National Youth Theatre.
Emily works for Central’s Knowledge Transfer Project (HEIF) project as an Innovation Officer, adapting performance techniques for actors to develop communication skills training. She teaches across a diverse client base from the private, public and voluntary sectors, including London Bus, British Library, NHS, GoSkills, Shaw Trust, Business Link and SMEs.
Acting credits include: Hayfever (directed by Sir Peter Hall/Joe Harmston), Whisper (Royal Court Theatre), Stick Man (Soho Theatre, Watford Palace Theatre), They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (Apollo, West End), The Fox (English Theatre of Frankfurt), Havisham (Battersea Arts Centre), I See Myself As A Bit of An Indiana Jones Figure (Old Red Lion, London), The Primrose Crescent Party and The Plot Thickens (Tara Arts, Attic Theatre Company), The Hand Factory (County Hall, Southbank, London), Jekyll and Hyde (Perth Rep), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (New Vic, Stoke), Viola in Twelfth Night , Scenes from an Execution, The Danny Crowe Show , Wendy in Peter Pan, Dumbstruck and Cinderella (all at Dundee Rep Theatre).
TV credits include: Bodies (BBC), The Royal (YTV), Red Cap (BBC), Lust for Murder (LWT).
Radio credits include : Viola, Twelfth Night (BBC Scotland), Wendy, Peter Pan (BBC Scotland).