June-July 2017 - She produced and performed in Clean Slate at the Courtyard Theatre from 20 June - 13 July. The production was a huge success, and you can read some of the great reviews here and here.
May 2017 - Vanessa's theatre company's next show, Clean Slate, is in full rehearsal mode.
March 2017 - Apart from regular voice work, she is now working on her theatre company's new production due this summer. More details coming soon.
December 2017 - She recorded some voice over work in Montreal, Canada, all the while enjoying being back in her home town.
November 2017 - Vanessa filmed an advert in Majorca, all the while pursuing regular voice over work.
October 2016 - She travelled to Llangollen to shoot Burning Grief, a short film for the festival circuit produced by Ed Stephenson Productions and directed by Michael Donaghy.
August 2016 - She performed in her company's first play, Cut Throat, at the Camden Fringe. The production received rave reviews. See here and here.
July 2016 - Vanessa worked on producing and performing her company's first play, Cut Throat, at the Camden Fringe, on the 15-16-18-19-20-22 August 2016 at the London Irish Centre. 15% of the profits went to Refugee Action.
April 2016 - She co-founded Trip & Guts Theatre company with Kathleen Glynn.
March 2016 - Vanessa recorded Robin Wasserman's Girls On Fire audiobook with Chatterbox Audio.
February 2016 - She is thrilled to announce that she has signed with Hobsons International, one of the best voice-over agencies in the UK.
December 2015 - She spent ten days filming a Super Bowl 2016 commercial in Cape Town, South Africa. View it here.
October 2015 - Vanessa is happy to announce she has signed with International Actors London.
August 2015 - She successfully graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
July 2015 - Vanessa and her fellow MA graduates performed their Bristol Old Vic Theatre showcase at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London. They went out with a bang.
June 2015 - Vanessa played Arabella in The London Cuckolds, a restoration comedy performed at the Tobacco Factory Theatre in Bristol and directed by Kim Durham. The entire production was extremely well received by the critics and the general public.