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Ryan Tyler-Smith is front-of-house manager for South-East London's Greenwich Theatre.
Nikki started off in branding and print design. After realising her skills were more people- and process-focused, she moved over into client services.
Claire's entry into user experience design was borne out of a passion for making products and services better for people to use. She explains how she got there without having to go to university and offers advice for becoming a user experience designer.
Studying technical production helped Steve Evans to build a successful career both freelance and for high-profile theatres. He discusses his journey and reveals what theatre technicians have in common with ninjas.
Ceurywn Humphreys talks about learning events management as an apprentice with It’s my Shout Productions.
For years Amy believed that she needed to be good at drawing to succeed as a jewellery maker. Then an evening class gave her confidence, and she began to turn a hobby into a career.
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.
Daniel Ainsleigh is an actor and acting coach. An interest in amateur dramatics led him to apply to drama school.
Having originally trained as an actor, Anna Jordan is now artistic director of the Without A Paddle theatre company.
Andrew Loretto is a Creative Producer for Sheffield Theatres and occasional freelance theatre work.
As a promoter, Matt plans out the route a music tour will take. The moment when the band finally takes the stage is his favourite part.
April joined Yorkshire Dance as their Marketing and Development Intern. She made such an impression on them that within a year, they had created a new position in the organisation for her and she is now the Marketing Officer. In 2016 she won the Creative & Cultural Skills Intern of the Year Award.
As artistic director of Fluid Motion Theatre Company, Leigh Johnstone makes sure the theatre the company creates reflects its aims.
British abstract artist Peter Vaillant says that there is no worst aspect to his career and that he loves creating his artwork so much, he doesn't see it as a job. We spoke to him more about his role, how he became an abstract artist and how you can too.
Adam Cooper, Marketing Assistant for Tees Valley Music Service, started off as a Digital Apprentice. He talks about why he knew an apprenticeship was the right path for him and how it led to him being offered a full-time role.
Leroy is a musician who completed a course at London's Tech Music School. He talks about being taught by Amy Winehouse's drummer and gives advice for people who also want to get into music.
Anna worked her way up to being a deputy technical manager through being a stage manager with touring shows. She outlines her career journey and offers 3 top tips for getting into this area of backstage work.
Andrea Pugliese is a cultural experience designer who lives in Rome, Italy. He discusses his unique career path, and how he merges a variety of skills to support creative businesses.
Graham Coatman works as a composer, musical director and pianist. He also lectures and is artistic director of a music festival.
Seiso, Mpho, Letsebela and Wandile are technical production trainees for the South African Roadies Association, which provides young people with training and employment skills for the music tech industry. They discussed their experiences of working and learning so far.
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