Tony Fisher is an innovative and exciting multimedia photographic artist based in Derbyshire. His work is a riot of colour and creativity, as he captures the everyday. With a career spanning over 40 years he has photographed everything from industrial landscapes to performers, whilst his film portfolio includes a support to The Sex Pistols Rock N Roll Swindle and a film for Channel 4. In 2014 he was awarded an Arts Council England grant to cover 11 exhibitions over 18 months. His series of works, Dissimilar Reflections, was shown originally at the University of Nottingham in 2016. Since then he has also worked on an exhibition and book on Yorkshire.
ALICE GEE - PERFORMER
Alice Gee, born and bred in Nottingham, has a BA Hons degree in Drama Studies from Bath Spa University. Since graduating in 2014, she has been involved in the Lace Market's production of Yerma, The School for Scandal at the Theatre Royal Nottingham, I'm Spilling My Heart Out with CYC at Leicester Curve, All Out with Common Wealth Theatre in association with Leicester Curve and rehearsed readings in partnership with Leicester Curve's writing group.
KAMAL JOORY - COMPOSER
Kamal Joory is an electronic music producer and sound designer who, in the words of one journalist, 'likes to force a collision between the unforgivingly avant garde with the friendly and familiar'. He creates music for nightclubs, contemporary dance, home listening and film, and has more recently started to apply his skills to theatrical soundtracks.
BECKY STATHAM - PERFORMER
Becky completed an A-Level in Theatre Studies in 2010, after which she joined an auditions website and began to take part in amateur dramatics. Since then she has been in Sherlock Holmes: the Curious Case of Alice Faulkner and The Importance of Being Earnest. In September 2016, Becky joined the Derby Academy of Acting to continue her training.
LYTISHA TUNBRIDGE - POET AND NARRATOR
Lytisha is a Nottingham based poet. Her work has been published in Black Balloon and Best of DIY Poets, as well as in various publications including the DIY Poets Magazine. She has performed her work at events including: Nottingham Poetry Festival, Lyric Lounge, and Splendour Festival. Alongside her solo work, Lytisha also works with Mina Fatemi as Two Seda on a dual language shared poetry project.
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