Alex Crampton - Director
Alex is an independent theatre director, producer, dramaturg and facilitator. Currently developing: The Lighthouse (The Space, ACE), Pippi (devised project exploring ageing & dementia with Cat Kerridge & Ursula Early), Zero Point (new immersive model harnessing gameplay to explore social and systemic change), and a national tour of Little Stitches in 2015 (Time Won’t Wait).
Credits include Little Stitches (The Gate, Theatre 503, Arcola Tent), The Trial (RETZ, 2013), Dead Pile (OVNV TS Eliot UK/US Exchange) and A Doll’s House (Arcola, 2011).
Assistant director to Michael Attenborough on King Lear (Almeida, 2012), Regular educational practitioner with the Donmar Warehouse and visiting lecturer for ‘Gamification’ devised workshops at CSSD. Associate for the Space, Big Bear productions, longlisted for the JMK Award 2014.
Samuel Organ – Associate Composer
Samuel Organ is an experimental musician and electronic producer based in Brighton, UK, and a member of The Physics House Band.
He moved as a classical trained percussionist to Brighton to study contemporary music, where he’d be introduced to Psychedelic Music, Experimental Electronic and Progressive Music.
The Physics House Band have to date toured and performed notable shows with Alt-J, Mono, Jaga Jazzist, LITE, Django Django, Omar Rodriguez Lopez + more.
In 2014 Samuel signed to Mexican electronic label, Finesse Records to release his debut solo electronic EP. Since the release with Finesse he DJ’d club shows with Bonobo, Machinedrum, Flume + more, and has moved over to forwarding thinking British Electronic label ‘Donky Pitch’.
2015 see’s the release of the debut Physics House Band album, and his 2nd solo electronic EP.
Emily Hubert - Producer
Emily Hubert is a young Producer based in London, who grew up in Jersey, Channel Islands.
Since graduating from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2013, Emily has produced a number of pieces of work independently, most notably the ‘bittersweet’ hit, Silk Road, at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014. She has worked at the game-changing new writing venue, Theatre503, for the past seven months as a Resident Assistant Producer and whilst there worked on the West End transfer ‘Land of Our Fathers’, Anna Jordan’s Fringe-hit ‘FREAK’ and comedy trio the Sleeping Trees ‘laughing marathon’ of a pantomime, Cinderella and the Beanstalk amongst others. 2015 will see Emily return to Theatre503 with her co-production of the award-winning Silva Semerciyan’s ‘I and The Village’.
Having a hand in the production of compelling, fierce and beautiful theatre is Emily’s love letter to the people in her life. She is looking forward to working with Luminary Theatre on their unique way of telling stories about our time.
Vittoria Belli - Video Design
Vittoria Belli is an Italian film maker who has been studying and living in London for the last six years. After studying Fine art in Italy she enrolled herself as a BA student at Central Saint Martins and has achieved a degree in graphic design moving image where she developed a passion for on animation and film. Her work always tells stories, the tales which are often inspired by her favourite authors, factual events, memoirs and abstract visceral feelings that we experience throughout our lives. She believes in the urge of creating work as a way to document her growth as an artist as well as remanding herself of the time available to her.
She brings her stories to life using cut outs, model making, screen printing, direct animation on 16mm and digital film. Her main interest is to bridge animation to cinematic filming techniques to communicate stories, concepts and feelings, achieving a very unique style which is the blend of all her inspirations.