In her work as SkelpieLimmer she has achieved massive success with ‘Two Fingers Up’ (co writer, co producer, co director) and ‘Scaredy Fat’ by Colm McCready (Producer, Assistant Director).
Her writing credits include ‘Tea’; a piece about post-traumatic stress as a result of abortion restriction in Northern Ireland, ‘Ice Cream’, a piece about hidden homelessness and domestic violence, ‘What If We’d Stayed Angry’; a special commission for New York Origins First Irish Festival imagining Northern Ireland in 2050, for which she focused on the absence of proper government in Northern Ireland.
She is currently working in her first TV Commission with Seón Simpson and her newest piece of writing ‘Love Is Mortifying’; a fairytale for the Tinder generation can be heard now on BBC Radio 4 and Sounds as part of BBC Shortworks.
Her work with SkelpieLimmer has earned her multiple awards including Abbey Theatre and Dublin Fringe Creative Thinking Award 2019, Lustrum Award Edinburgh 2019, both for ‘Two Fingers Up’, and Edinburgh National Partnerships Pleasance Award 2023 for ‘Scaredy Fat’. SkelpieLimmer are currently developing a factual entertainment podcast inspired by ‘Two Fingers Up’.