Producer CV




Over the last 6 years, I've learned to produce and manage projects, managing budgets of up to £80,000, from public funding such as Arts Council England, DCMS, The Adam Mickiewicz Insitute and Local Authorities, to private fundraising and philanthropic giving.

Throughout 2020, I supported 6 artists applying first time to Arts Council England for COVID Emergency Funding, as well as provide advice & mentoring to 4 artists/companies applying for Project Grants for the very first time. Over the last 3 years, I have helped raise over £78,000 in public & private funding to support emerging artists, touring theatre companies, COVID Emergency Response funding, and community arts projects.

I've managed productions that have been performed across the UK and internationally, been featured on BBC World Service and won awards. Over the last 6 years, I've employed and commssioned over 100+ artists in my work as a producer or project manager with Pulse 53, Seemia Theatre, Theatre Deli and Green Shoes Arts, with over 2000+ audiences or participants.


Cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19.


Description & Notes





Seemia's new production in development fuses their signature style of performance with Audio-Visuals and a bespoke App. 

TAKE ON THIS examines the role of the terrorist, terrorised and how we are manipulated by media. Supported by Barbican Open Lab, Norwich Theatre and Theatre Deli.

Seemia Theatre

Norwich Theatre (R&D)

Barbican Pit (R&D)

Theatre Deli (R&D)

July 2022

Feb 2022

Dec 2021

Towards a Takeover

Project Managing a 3 month transition and organisational development of Disconsortia, a Disabled led arts organisation in the North East. 

Supporting their Board, managing a Marketing Manager and ensuring events, training and artist seed funded projects support disabled artists during Lockdown.


North East England

Feb-May 2021

Speak Up

A new programme of weekly sessions for Young Black & South Asian men exploring menatal health through physical theatre, spoken word, music & dance. 

Funded by TNL Community Fund, Beacontree Forever and Arts Council England.

Green Shoes Arts

Barking & Dagenham

Nov 2020-Sept 2022

LISTEN Festival

A month long online & in-person festival opening discussions around mental health through art in Barking & Dagenham, including a festival Documentary and short film, "(Not) In Your Back Garden".

Featuring Dance, Spoken Word, Sculpture and Gardening, with partners Barking & Dagenham, Serpentine Galleries, funded by Big Lottery, TNL Community Fund & NCIL. 

Green Shoes Arts

Online & In Person across Barking & Dagenham

Aug-Nov 2020

The Magnificent Mind of Marcus

Seemia's second play, a dark comedy of an Argentinian family in crisis.

ACE Project Grant Funded for the R&D and premiere performances at VAULT Festival 2020. 

Seemia Theatre

VAULT Festival

the Albany, (R&D)

Arcola Theatre (R&D)

ARC Stockton (R&D)

Mar 2020

Feb 2020

Dec 2019

Nov 2019

Deli Comedy Festival

Over 30 artists previewed their Edinburgh comedy shows across Theatre Deli's two London venues.

Theatre Deli

Theatre Deli - Broadgate



The Old Library, Camberwell

May -

Sept 2019

identity: a work-in-progress

The work-in-progress and research periods that predated The Magnificent Mind of Marcus.

Seemia Theatre

the Albany (R&D and WIP)

Beyond Borders Festival (WIP)

Theatre Deli (R&D)

May 2019

June 2018

May 2018

Evros | The Crossing River

Award winning play, shining a light on the plight of refugess. 

Winner of Summerhall’s Lustrum Award 2018

Nominated for Amnesty International’s Freedom of Expression Award 2018.

As seen on BBC World Service.

2019-2020 performances funded by ACE Project Grant 

2016 R&D funded by ACE GftA 

Seemia Theatre

The Place, Bedford

Streatham Space Project, London

the Albany, London

Halifax Square Chapel

Brasshouse Community Centre, Smethwick

Kampala International Theatre Festival, Uganda

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales

Arcola Theatre, London

Summerhall,Edinburgh Festival Fringe

VAULT Festival

Camden Fringe

Arcola LAB (R&D and WIP)

Battersea Arts Centre "Freshly Scratched"

May 2020

April 2020

Nov 2019

June 2019

(Refugee Week)

Nov 2018

Nov 2018

Oct 2018

Aug 2018

Jan 2018

Aug 2017

May 2017 &

Dec 2016

June 2016

Against Nothingness or 3cm Above an Empty Head

Critically acclaimed 5 Star performance by Cricot2 and Tadeusz Kantor's predecessors. Supported with funding from The Adam Mickiewicz Instititue, Poland. 

Pulse 53

Summerhall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Aug 2014