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I design shows, experiences, and installations for heritage spaces, arts organisations, public space projects, and commercial clients. My clients come to me to bring their spaces alive as immersive and visually arresting environments, with an attention to detail in terms of scenography, costume design, and lighting.
When theming productions, I am able to take advantage of my artistic background and practice to enables me to create concepts to engage with a wide variety of audiences. This stems from my training in the performing arts; as a contemporary circus performer (Circomedia, UK), and in dance and physical theatre (LISPA, UK). I also worked extensively as a performer before progressing to show design.
I particularly enjoy working with light and projection-based installations. My special interest in creative technologies followed an artist residency at the Pervasive Media Studio (Bristol, UK). My inspiration comes from a wide variety of sources, but especially architecture and film. Cinematic works with a distinctive production design, such as those by Fellini, Greenaway, Tarkovsky, and Singh, are of particular interest to me.
I am a creative producer specialising in theatrical events and experiences which take place in arts and heritage spaces.
I have worked in circus and performing arts since 1999, and spent many years as a circus and cabaret artist, whilst progressing on to produce my own shows.
My training includes attending Circomedia Circus School, studying physical theatre at LISPA (London Institute of Performing Arts) and various ongoing training in dance and other theatre forms.
More information on my work can be seen here.