A NIDA graduate, Jules works as a director, actor, and performance & movement coach. They are a regular director of the Bell Shakespeare Players who perform nation wide with a repertoire of shows for both high school and primary school students.

For the Sydney Actors School, Jules devised and directing the 2023 first year ensemble production of Evol written by Joanna Erskine.For The Old Fitz Theatre, Jules directed the Australian Premiere of award winning Isley Lynn’s The Swell in February 2024. They are currently the Associate Director on Bell Shakespeare’s 2024 national tour of A Midsummer Nights Dream.

Jules was the Drama Coach on television show First Day (ABC & Hulu) assisting newcomer actress Evie Macdonald and twenty other youth cast in shaping their performances. The show gained international acclaim receiving the Rose d’Or Award as well as multiple nominations and a win at the International Children’s Emmy.

Jules has extensive training in physical theatre, having studied and performed with New York based SITI Company in their adaption of The Bacchae as part of the 2018 Summer Intensive. They were also the Movement Coordinator on Fierce, a Red Line Production at the Old Fitz Theatre in 2019.

As an actor, Jules’ cinematic presence includes Buckley’s Chance starring Bill Nighy. Jules has also enjoyed touring with two queer Australian Feature films to multiple International Film Festivals: firstly with Louise Wadley’s and All About E  (2015) and more recently with Monica Zanetti’s Ellie & Abbie (and Ellie’s Dead Aunt) in 2020.

Television credits include: Bali 2002 (Stan); Janet King (ABC); Catching Milat, (Shine Productions); East West 101 and Starting From Now (SBS); as well as Tricky Business and In Your Dreams (Southern Star). They have appeared in several short films including Shopping; Manmares; The Filmmaker; and Thanks For Coming.

Theatre credits include: For STC – Embers; Gallipoli; For Belvoir St – Baghdad Wedding; For MTC – The Myth Project: TWIN; For Bell Shakespeare – Macbeth (2023); The Comedy Of Errors; Romeo and Juliet; For La Boite – My Name Is Rachel Corrie for which they received a Greenroom Groundling Award for Best Performance in an Independent Production.