Back Home

Back Home is the story of an unlikely friendship between two lonely individuals, an elderly Jamaican woman and a young, gay asylum seeker. Both live with fear and isolation – one due to illness, the other due to a homophobic culture that caused him to flee his home. Together, they unpack their burdens and explore the true meaning of home.


On The Way To Muller Road

In On The Way To Muller Road, I take overheard conversations from her daily commute and encounters at stops to form a collection of poems. They cover observations on everyday life as well as gossip inspired pieces with hot topics such as grieving for pigs and the allure of gold teeth. 


RED SNAPPER

My debut play about Jamaica in the summer of 1962 and the lives of five women.

MY MUSINGS

Thoughts, inspiration and musings – take a look into my world.