Mandy has worked extensively as a choreographer and movement director
Some of her television credits include The House of Eliott, Message for Posterity, Out of the Doll's House, Goodnight Sweetheart, Poldark and Plotlands.
She has also worked for the Royal Shakespeare Theatre’s education project, a Shakespearean masque at Queens College Cambridge and for stage on The Madras House (Lyric Hammersmith), The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband (Nottingham Playhouse) and Pepys (Good Company).
Operas include La Traviata, Don Giovanni, The Wastelands and The Wheel. She currently coaches movement at the National Opera Studio and Royal Academy of Music, and is doing an Historical and Social Dance course for St Mary’s University of Minnesota, as well as movement direction for Osud for Garsington Opera and Bastien und Bastienne for Classical Opera in Germany.
Her work with singers came about after a serious injury ended her performing career but led her to understand and investigate how and what makes the body work. A fascination with non-verbal communication, love of music and performing, and an understanding of the body all seem to place her well for helping singers to use their bodies to support their voices.