Erin is an actor, writer, producer and deviser based in London. She plays with genre, physicality, audio visual elements, humour and different means of communication to create performances which are honest, poignant and provocative.
As a Lead Artist with The DH Ensemble, Erin is involved in the majority of their projects. Erin's debut play, People of the Eye, was produced in collaboration with The DH Ensemble. It is an autobiographical piece about her relationship with her sister who is Deaf, and their family's experiences discovering sign language. People of the Eye has been performed at venues including The Yard Theatre, Northern Stage at Summerhall, Battersea Arts Centre, Nottingham Playhouse, Old Fire Station Oxford and Attenborough Arts, Leicester.
Erin also plays Lady Macbeth in the Ensemble's version of the piece which incorporates visual languages alongside Shakespeare's verse. This piece was a finalist for the 2016 Oxford Samuel Becket Theatre Trust Award at The Barbican and continues to be developed in 2018..
Erin has contributed to publications including The Guardian, Fringe Review and Deaf blog Limping Chicken. She hopes to write for television as well as continuing to write for theatre.
Erin brings an international perspective to her work. Born in New Zealand, she is half Irish and she lived in Singapore for part of her childhood. Her adult life has been spent in Melbourne, New York, London, Germany and Italy.