Eva Eklof Mørkeset

"I have a lot of experience as a workshop leader, working both with actors and with non-professionals. I also have done a lot of interdisciplinary work, for instance I taught nine years in an art school where all the work in my classes was a combination between disciplines; art, movement, writing, theatre and music."

Giovanna Rumma

"I began singing technique at the age of 16 and I have the Licence of Certified Master Teacher in Voice Training. I spent my last ten years studying my voice and its connection with dance, acting, feelings emotions, body and spirit. So I worked to know other techniques like Alexander Technique, participating in various workshop about acting, voice and movement"


Jessica Angel and Luanda Pau are London based dance artists. Jessica has an MA in Creative Practice from Trinity Laban Conservatoire and brings a multi-disciplinary approach, working with movement, text and image. Luanda trained at the Escuela Nacional de Arte (ENA) in Havana and specialised in Afro-Cuban Folk dance. Jessica and Luanda have collaborated over the last five years working on multi-disciplinary projects.

Garf Rees-Wells

Graduating from UEL theatre, writing & directing. Gareth continues to explore the arts in TV Film stage and production as a support artist and production assistant featuring & working on over 200 different TV series, films, adverts, corporate film and internet broadcasts. Keen to continue his involvement in the industry with a craving to direct he was invited to join the Directors Cut at Southwark Playhouse where he participated on 4 terms as a credited Director. Practice 'World Humour'

Carlos Cortes

Carlos has worked at international level for more than 25 years . After a career as a professional dancer, his practice developed through Visual Arts, Choreography/Direction, and Theatre Design. His award-winning work has been performed, exhibited and published in several European countries and the USA. With a broad experience of site-specific projects, his work investigates how people engage with their physical environment and with each other through movement and visual arts.

Julie Havelund-Willett

Julie is a Danish Dance Artist based in Brighton. Her work spans across choreography, performance, dramaturgy and facilitation. She creates both solo work and, most often, in collaboration with others. All of Julie's work and research is inspired by her background in contemporary dance, aerial circus, acrobatics, somatic practices and dance theatre.  Recurring themes in her work include inversions, multi-media, perspective, play, site-specificity and spontaneity.

Mark Duncan

Mark trained in acting and directing at East 15, Birmingham school of Acting, Bretton Hall, The International school of Corporeal Mime, Sélavy Actors Centre and Stage Internazionale di Commedia dell’Arte. As founder, performer and artistic director of Cornucopia Theatre and co-founder of Dragonfly Mime Theatre, X Moves the Bass Dance Theatre and Faceless Co, he has been creating and touring internationally with mask theatre, mime and carnivalesque performance for over thirty years.

Agne Somaticas (Siauciunaite)

Graduated from UEL with honours 'Community Arts Practice', participated in numerous community-based projects, worked for various TV and Entertainment projects as a supporting artist. Agne searches for inspiration from already existing and new emerging movement practices along with other art forms such as site-specific, film making, theatre. Agne is currently part of the 'Year of Making'  artistic residency, working on her professional dance and creative practice: Authentic Me.