Emily trained at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Theatre includes A Bunch of Amateurs (The Watermill, Newbury), What the Women Did (Southwark Playhouse), London Wall (Finborough & West End transfer to the St James), Nordost (Company of Angels/Salisbury Playhouse), Somersaults, Too True to be Good (Finborough), 250 Words: Theatre Uncut (Young Vic), The Importance of Being Earnest, Travesties (Birmingham Rep), Hay Fever (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Our Country's Good (Original Theatre Company), Present Laughter (Theatre Clwyd), A Bigger Banner:Theatre Uncut (Latitude), Lie of the Land, (Arcola), Devon Country (Tobacco Factory, Bristol), A Great Undertaking in Little America (Everyman, Cheltenham), Look Back in Anger, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Garrick, Lichfield), Much Ado About Nothing (Sprite Productions), Noises Off (Torch Theatre), Antigone (Bristol Old Vic)
Feature Films include Tezz (United 7 Entertainment) and City Rats (Revolver/FaceFilms)
Television credits include Obsession: Dark Desires (October Films) When Calls the Heart (Hallmark) Upstairs Downstairs, Holby City, Torchwood, Doctors, (BBC), Shameless (Company Pictures/Ch.4), The Bill, (Talkback) Wire in the Blood (Coastal/ITV)
Radio includes High Table, Lower Orders, Swimming Lessons (BBC Radio 4), Roundabout (BBC Wales) and the Mortar series.