Leah is a recent graduate of The Conservatory of Music and Drama in DIT. Leah has been involved in theatre from a very young age and has performed in such theatres as The Gaiety and National Concert Hall among others. Screen projects include; The End of The Reel (Blinder Productions), Whole in the Head written by IFTA nominated writer Ailbhe Keogan and Battle, which won best film at the Portland International Film Festival and No Surrender (Constant Motion Pictures).
She devised and directed her first original play 8 Chairs which debuted in Smock Alley Theatre in Spring 2014. Since then she has gone on to direct numerous productions around Dublin and is the Artistic Director of SQUAD Theatre Company. Leah is also a skilled martial artist and singer for the Dublin based rock band More Than Machines.
Leah's most recent credit is Casey in Wasting Paper (SQUAD Theatre Company) in Smock Alley Theatre and as part of the Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival directed by Craig Connolly where she won the Oscar Wilde Award for New writing. Leah is currently working on Toilers with Painted Bird as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival and Dublin Fringe Festival.