Verity Standen is a composer, director and performer who explores the human voice and how it can be celebrated and transformed through live performance.
Laura Dannequin is a French-born performer / choreographer / maker based in Bristol. She has danced in choreography by Saburo Teshigawara/Karas, Deborah Hay, Lastalaïca Prod. and was a member of Daghdha Dance Company (Eire) 2006-2010. Since 2010, she has developed an independent practice that encompasses performance, installation and print. She is a long-term collaborator to Dan Canham and is associate choreographer at Still House; she also enjoys working as a choreographic and creative advisor with an increasing number of contemporary performance makers.
Joe Price trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and received the 2015 Francis Reid Award for Lighting Design.
Credits include: My Name Is Rachel Corrie (Young Vic); The World’s Wife (Welsh National Opera); Redefining Juliet (Barbican); Heads Will Roll (Told by an Idiot); Kite (The Wrong Crowd); Conditionally (Soho Theatre); Mrs Dalloway (Arcola Theatre); Heather (Bush Theatre); Box Clever & Killymuck (Bunker Theatre); Goldfish Bowl (Paper Birds); This Perfect World (Theatre Royal Bath); Fossils (Brits off Broadway NYC); This Must Be The Place (VAULT Festival); Let The Right One In (Arts Ed); Magnificence (Finborough Theatre); Some Girl(s) (Park Theatre); Around The World in 80 Days (Theatre Royal Winchester); Alternative Routes (National Dance Company Wales); Animal/Endless Ocean (Gate Theatre); Y Twr (Invertigo).
Chris Collier is a stage manager, director, devisor and improviser. He studied theatre amongst the cow patted fields of Dartington College of Arts graduating in 2007. He works with many Bristol-based companies including Kid Carpet, Pickled Image, Fellswoop Theatre, Insane Root and Mufti Games as well as being co-directer, co-founder and technical manager of The Wardrobe Theatre since 2011.
Miranda Pfunder graduated from The Arts institute at Bournemouth with a BA(Hons) in Costume for the Screen and stage in 2005. The same year she moved to London and began working in the graduate training scheme for The National Theatre. Miranda continued to work on many theatre productions both at the NT and elsewhere. Highlights of this have been “Warhorse”, “Coram Boy”, “ Ghost the musical” and “The house of Bernarda Alba”.
Miranda started working on large films in 2010; she has been a costume buyer specialising in fabric buying on various sci-Fi and fantasy films. Highlights include the Marvel super hero films “Captain America”, “Thor a dark world”, “Star Wars Episode 7” and “Rogue One” as well as period films such as “Les Miserables”. Most recently jobs have included TV productions of “Catherine the Great” and “Brave New World” and the film “Hobbs & Shaw”.
Miranda currently lives in Bristol with her husband and 3 year old son; she is enjoying her new role as a Costumier at Bristol Costume Services whilst continuing her freelance work locally and in other locations across the U.K.
Emily Negus is a mother and professional self-taught portrait photographer.
Paul Blakemore is a professional theatre and events photographer based in Bristol and Bath. He has over ten years experience working amongst the performing arts, with an extensive catalogue of published work in various national newspapers. Paul works for regular clients including the Bristol Old Vic & Tobacco Factory Theatres alongside many theatre makers, production companies and festivals including MAYK, and The British Paraorchestra.
Benjamin Hooper is a director and editor based in the UK. He is always on the look out for new and exciting projects to work on to create unique and striking content.