Maisie Newman - Fen Artistic Co-Director   Maisie is a Bristol-based theatre director with five years experience directing award-winning professional productions across the South West. Maisie is currently the Interim Young Company Director at The Bristol Old Vic. Maisie directs visually striking, innovative collaborative theatre and also works as a choreographer, workshop leader and artist. Her performance work has been presented and supported by multiple major UK arts institutions and companies including Gecko Theatre, The Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Ferment, Arnolfini, Tobacco Factory, Hauser and Wirth, Theatre Royal Plymouth, The Egg Theatre, Mercy Liverpool, Penned in the Margins and Arts Council England. She is an associate director of theatre company Twisted Theatre who create immersive performances and secret venues for festivals and she is a member of verbatim performance company Propolis Theatre. She begins a part-time MFA in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford this Autumn.

Maisie Newman - Fen Artistic Co-Director

Maisie is a Bristol-based theatre director with five years experience directing award-winning professional productions across the South West. Maisie is currently the Interim Young Company Director at The Bristol Old Vic. Maisie directs visually striking, innovative collaborative theatre and also works as a choreographer, workshop leader and artist. Her performance work has been presented and supported by multiple major UK arts institutions and companies including Gecko Theatre, The Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Ferment, Arnolfini, Tobacco Factory, Hauser and Wirth, Theatre Royal Plymouth, The Egg Theatre, Mercy Liverpool, Penned in the Margins and Arts Council England. She is an associate director of theatre company Twisted Theatre who create immersive performances and secret venues for festivals and she is a member of verbatim performance company Propolis Theatre. She begins a part-time MFA in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford this Autumn.

Rowan Evans - Fen Artistic Co-Director   Rowan is a poet, composer and sound artist and studied at Cambridge and Bristol Universities. He received an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors in 2015 and is the author of  The Last Verses of Beccán  (Guillemot Press, 2019), c ante jondo mixtape  (If a Leaf Falls Press, 2017),  ODE RHIZOME MOUNTAIN SONG  (Moot Press, 2016),  freak red      (Projective Industries, 2015), and  returnsongs  (Wide Range, 2012). A selection of his work appears in  Penguin Modern Poets 7: These Hard and Shining Things  (Penguin, 2018) with Geoffrey Hill and Toby Martinez de las Rivas. Rowan composes music and sound for performance, theatre, film and installation and is artistic co-director of the interdisciplinary performance collaboration  Fen . He co-edits  Moot Press  and co-curates the  ANATHEMA  reading series. Rowan is currently undertaking practice-based PhD research into modern poetry and ancient language at Royal Holloway, University of London.  rowan-evans.com

Rowan Evans - Fen Artistic Co-Director

Rowan is a poet, composer and sound artist and studied at Cambridge and Bristol Universities. He received an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors in 2015 and is the author of The Last Verses of Beccán (Guillemot Press, 2019), cante jondo mixtape (If a Leaf Falls Press, 2017), ODE RHIZOME MOUNTAIN SONG (Moot Press, 2016), freak red (Projective Industries, 2015), and returnsongs (Wide Range, 2012). A selection of his work appears in Penguin Modern Poets 7: These Hard and Shining Things (Penguin, 2018) with Geoffrey Hill and Toby Martinez de las Rivas. Rowan composes music and sound for performance, theatre, film and installation and is artistic co-director of the interdisciplinary performance collaboration Fen. He co-edits Moot Press and co-curates the ANATHEMA reading series. Rowan is currently undertaking practice-based PhD research into modern poetry and ancient language at Royal Holloway, University of London. rowan-evans.com

Chris Holmes - ‘Wulf’ producer   Christabel is a member of the Stage One Apprentice Producer scheme, and is currently working as Assistant Producer for Seabright Productions. As a freelancer she is Associate Producer for LUNG, an award-winning verbatim theatre company and associate artists at The Lowry - with whom she recently produced ‘Chilcot’ (The Lowry, Battersea Arts Centre), ‘Dolly Wants To Die’ (Underbelly) and ‘E15’ (Summerhall, UK tour). In March 2016 she was awarded the first Clive Wolfe Bursary in association with the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond and took part in the Edinburgh Fringe Emerging Producers Development Programme 2016. She was also recently shortlisted as a producer for The Old Vic 12.

Chris Holmes - ‘Wulf’ producer

Christabel is a member of the Stage One Apprentice Producer scheme, and is currently working as Assistant Producer for Seabright Productions. As a freelancer she is Associate Producer for LUNG, an award-winning verbatim theatre company and associate artists at The Lowry - with whom she recently produced ‘Chilcot’ (The Lowry, Battersea Arts Centre), ‘Dolly Wants To Die’ (Underbelly) and ‘E15’ (Summerhall, UK tour). In March 2016 she was awarded the first Clive Wolfe Bursary in association with the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond and took part in the Edinburgh Fringe Emerging Producers Development Programme 2016. She was also recently shortlisted as a producer for The Old Vic 12.

Jack Offord - Projection Artist, 'WULF'   Jack is a filmmaker, director of photography, and projection designer, based in Bristol. His theatre credits include Pigeon English (Bristol Old Vic), The Stick House (Raucous), Educating Rita (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse), The Rest of Your Life (Bush Theatre), and The Light Princess (Tobacco Factory), amongst others. He has years of experience in film drama, and particularly enjoys using projection design in theatrical productions to bring a new 3D perspective to his cinematic style. Jack will be working as projection artist for 'WULF' - working with Rowan to field record at the Somerset Levels. You can find out more information about Jack and his work on his websites - www.jackofford.weebly.com for more information about his work as a projection artist and filmmaker; and www.jackofford.co.uk for more information about his work in theatre and performance photography.

Jack Offord - Projection Artist, 'WULF'

Jack is a filmmaker, director of photography, and projection designer, based in Bristol. His theatre credits include Pigeon English (Bristol Old Vic), The Stick House (Raucous), Educating Rita (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse), The Rest of Your Life (Bush Theatre), and The Light Princess (Tobacco Factory), amongst others. He has years of experience in film drama, and particularly enjoys using projection design in theatrical productions to bring a new 3D perspective to his cinematic style. Jack will be working as projection artist for 'WULF' - working with Rowan to field record at the Somerset Levels. You can find out more information about Jack and his work on his websites - www.jackofford.weebly.com for more information about his work as a projection artist and filmmaker; and www.jackofford.co.uk for more information about his work in theatre and performance photography.

Hannah Wolfe - Designer, 'WULF'   Hannah graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2006 with a BA (hons) in Painting and Printmaking. She worked briefly installing exhibitions and as a scenic artist before moving into costume, touring extensively with companies including Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre Scotland. In 2014 she graduated with a Masters in Theatre Design from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Theatre design credits include Love Steals Us From Loneliness (Brewery Theatre, Bristol), London Road (Bristol Old Vic Studio), The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil (Bristol Old Vic Studio), Amadis de Gaule (Bloomsbury Theatre, London), After All This (Ovalhouse, London), Hubbub (Lakeside Arts and National Tour), Neither There Nor Here (Theatre Shop, Cleveden) Stay Brave Brian Gravy (Salisbury Playhouse), Macbeth and King Matt (The Lyceum, Edinburgh) Peer Gynt (Salisbury Playhouse) and Robin Hood (The Egg, Bath). Film credits include ‘I’ll Be Right Here’, ‘The Rule of Thumb’, ‘The Clay Wall’ (all for Digicult), ‘Serenade’ and ‘Cherubino’ by Shadwell Opera for Channel 4.

Hannah Wolfe - Designer, 'WULF'

Hannah graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2006 with a BA (hons) in Painting and Printmaking. She worked briefly installing exhibitions and as a scenic artist before moving into costume, touring extensively with companies including Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre Scotland. In 2014 she graduated with a Masters in Theatre Design from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Theatre design credits include Love Steals Us From Loneliness (Brewery Theatre, Bristol), London Road (Bristol Old Vic Studio), The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil (Bristol Old Vic Studio), Amadis de Gaule (Bloomsbury Theatre, London), After All This (Ovalhouse, London), Hubbub (Lakeside Arts and National Tour), Neither There Nor Here (Theatre Shop, Cleveden) Stay Brave Brian Gravy (Salisbury Playhouse), Macbeth and King Matt (The Lyceum, Edinburgh) Peer Gynt (Salisbury Playhouse) and Robin Hood (The Egg, Bath). Film credits include ‘I’ll Be Right Here’, ‘The Rule of Thumb’, ‘The Clay Wall’ (all for Digicult), ‘Serenade’ and ‘Cherubino’ by Shadwell Opera for Channel 4.

Celine Lowenthal - Script supervisor, 'WULF' / Associate Artist   Celine is a London-based theatre director. She recently graduated with an MFA in theatre directing from Birkbeck College, London, and is resident assistant director at The Crucible, Shefield. She is associate director of Shadwell Opera, founder and director of drag king troupe Pecs, and a co-editor of Moot Press with Rowan (see above). She will be directing Jackie Kay and Mark-Antony Turnage’s chamber opera Twice Through the Heart for Shadwell Opera in the autumn. Recent directing credits include Laura Wade’s Kreutzer vs Kreutzer (Crucible Studio), Fuse (Crucible Studio), The Body (Tate Britain), Into the Little Hill / The Soldier’s Tale (Courtyard Theatre) and Fierce (Camden People’s Theatre). Recent assisting credits include The Nap (dir. Richard Wilson), Showboat (dir. Daniel Evans, now in New London Theatre, West End), A Raisin in the Sun (dir. Dawn Walton), and The Distance (dir. Charlotte Gwinner).

Celine Lowenthal - Script supervisor, 'WULF' / Associate Artist

Celine is a London-based theatre director. She recently graduated with an MFA in theatre directing from Birkbeck College, London, and is resident assistant director at The Crucible, Shefield. She is associate director of Shadwell Opera, founder and director of drag king troupe Pecs, and a co-editor of Moot Press with Rowan (see above). She will be directing Jackie Kay and Mark-Antony Turnage’s chamber opera Twice Through the Heart for Shadwell Opera in the autumn. Recent directing credits include Laura Wade’s Kreutzer vs Kreutzer (Crucible Studio), Fuse (Crucible Studio), The Body (Tate Britain), Into the Little Hill / The Soldier’s Tale (Courtyard Theatre) and Fierce (Camden People’s Theatre). Recent assisting credits include The Nap (dir. Richard Wilson), Showboat (dir. Daniel Evans, now in New London Theatre, West End), A Raisin in the Sun (dir. Dawn Walton), and The Distance (dir. Charlotte Gwinner).

Julia Head - Associate Artist   Julia is a Bristol Based actor and director. She was the co-director of Splint Theatres production ‘Out of Sky’, the 6th company to be produced by the Bristol Old Vic's Made In Bristol programme. She is an associate artist of Propolis Theatre Company and has recently been an associate director for Sharp teeth’s production of ‘Fox and the Child’. She is currently directing a show with Cotham school as part of the Bristol Old Vic Young Directors scheme.

Julia Head - Associate Artist

Julia is a Bristol Based actor and director. She was the co-director of Splint Theatres production ‘Out of Sky’, the 6th company to be produced by the Bristol Old Vic's Made In Bristol programme. She is an associate artist of Propolis Theatre Company and has recently been an associate director for Sharp teeth’s production of ‘Fox and the Child’. She is currently directing a show with Cotham school as part of the Bristol Old Vic Young Directors scheme.