Made his T20I debut against Bangladesh in Dhaka in October 2011. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
He had to wait more than three years for his next chance in the West Indies side, coming back on the tour of South Africa in January 2015.
On his Test debut against Australia in Melbourne later the same year, he helped stem a collapse with an innings of 59 at No. 8.
In the rain-affected Sydney Test, he struck a lively 71-ball 69.