197 Creative people in total
Jayne Lewis is creative director for the award winning Unanima Theatre. She is also a teacher and playwright.
Greg has been playing guitar since he was 16. He shared his experiences of playing and performing in bands, up to his latest project, Iconic Eye.
Amy Wale is education officer at the YMCA's Y Theatre in Leicester. After moving into acting, she now creates performing arts opportunities for children and young people.
Janthi Mills is community and education manager at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Editing her student newspaper helped her to make contacts in the world of theatre.
Former gymnast Zoe Jones studied at London's Circus Space, working other jobs to pay the bills in between performing opportunities.
Catherine Haines is the Head of HR for nine cultural institutions in Birmingham. She shares what she does in her job and how to get started in HR.
Bev started out helping in an orchestra pit and got hooked on the technical side of music. She's now a full time technician.
Emma Turpin set up her own jewellery brand after graduating with a degree in Jewellery. As well as designing her collections, she works at a gallery as an assistant jeweller.
Steve Cheney has managed the main stages at Glastonbury, Latitude, Big Chill and Leeds festivals.
After teaching herself the skills she needed, Jill set up Stone Rose Jewellery. Her business has been featured in Vogue magazine.
Sofie’s jewellery career started at a very young age when she became interested in the art of craftsmanship. She explains her journey, what qualifications she has undertook and what tips she has for anyone wanting to get into jewellery.
Alex works at design consultancy and product design company BERG. His work mixes product and graphic design with user experience work.
After a year in his first design job, Andy co-founded brand design agency Multiadaptor. With a small team, the company has worked for the BBC, Swarovski, and many other high-profile brands.
Joe always saw photography as a hobby, but gradually he found opportunities for it to become his career. Since completing an apprenticeship with Out of Hand, Joe has started working for Garment Quarter, creating the images for their website and social media accounts.
After getting a part in Grease, Toby launched a long career in musical theatre. He now teaches singing and still performs with a band.
Katie Goodfellow is a Public Relations and Digital Account Manager at Represent in Scotland. She works with clients to understand their goals and challenges, and put in place a communications strategy which works for them.
Liz is a freelance make-up and hair designer. She has worked on film and television productions in Northern Ireland, Ireland and in England, such as City of Ember, Killing Bono and Game of Thrones.
Bethany is a freelance make-up artist at the beginning of her career. She explains the highs and lows of her job so far and how others can get started.
Ceurywn Humphreys talks about learning events management as an apprentice with It’s my Shout Productions.
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