About Kim

Kim is a Writer, Theatre Director and Teacher based in Hertfordshire and London.

Kim has been working in the theatre industry for over ten years. She began her career in stage management, and then became a director. Her plays have been performed in various theatres throughout London.

Kim studied Film and Television at the University of Hertfordshire before going on to study an MA in 'Text and Performance' at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and Birkbeck University, graduating in 2018. Whilst at RADA, Kim assistant directed an all-female production of 'The Taming of the Shew' under the direction of award-winning playwright Steve Thompson. She also wrote her first play, a semi-autobiographical comical drama, 'Growing Pains' for her RADA dissertation, which she also directed. Kim continued her writing education after her degree. She studied 'An Introduction to Screenwriting' online with the University of East Anglia, followed by the 'Advanced Playwriting' Writer's Programme with Theatre 503 under Dawn King.

Since graduating, Kim directed 'Bag Lady' at Barons Court, and 'The Rattlesnake's Kiss' from 'The Frontier Trilogy' at the Hen and Chickens. She received two 4 star reviews. Her spoken word poem was also published in 'Chewin the Fat' magazine in 2021.


Kim writes novels, spoken word and plays, often centring around the themes of mental health, feminism and the environment. Kim also runs her own stage school and youth theatre company: Mimic, which she founded in 2018.