I started dancing, along with my older sister Leanne, at the age of 5 after watching videos of Lord of the Dance and Riverdance at our Irish Grandparents house. We joined the McGahan Lees Academy and started under the instruction of Frances McGahan ADCRG when I was 8 years old. Frances and I worked very well together, she would always push me to be the best that I could be and I was always happy to accept the challenge and work hard to achieve our goals. I enjoyed a very successful competitive career, only placing outside the top 5 at one competition, placing in the top 3 in the world 7 times and winning 25 major titles. These included 2 All Ireland, 3 North American National, 2 British National, 2 All Scotland, 6 Great Britain, 9 Southern England Oireachtas and 1 World title. In 2006 I held every title for my age group, something that I am still extremely proud of.
After being inspired to start dancing by watching the show, I was delighted to join the cast of ‘Lord of the Dance’ in June 2012. After a year in the show I was chosen to play the lead role of ‘Morrighan’ in Killarney, Ireland for the first time.