Orit is a theatre maker, artistic director and facilitator, with a passion for creating large scale outdoor performances and events that bring together communities to share new experiences and conversations and uniquely respond to their context and setting. She has worked with Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Liverpool Culture Company, The RSC, and Birmingham Cathedral and has a longstanding collaboration with Nofit State Circus, leading the development of a new language of large scale, open air, contemporary circus performance in collaboration with partners and communities across the UK and France.
Dan is a designer across the full spectrum of the arts, designing sets, costumes, concepts and animation for opera, theatre, large scale events, dance and film. Dan has received five Helpmann Award nominations for his design work in opera and theatre in Australia of which he has won three, including Best Scenic Design in 2008 for Dead Man Walking at the State Theatre in Sydney. Dan has designed many large-scale sporting and cultural events, including contributions to the 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, opening and closing ceremonies for both the Commonwealth Games (2006, 2010 & 2018) and production design for the opening of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Corey is an award-winning choreographer and filmmaker, celebrated for his innovation and commitment to driving dance into the 21st century. With a passion that dance is for everyone, Corey takes dance out of traditional settings and puts it into parks, playgrounds, stadiums, shopping centres, rugby fields, on TV & film and even Antarctica. Corey is also renowned for highly-designed, inventive and relevant contemporary and ballet.
Originally from Christchurch New Zealand, Corey trained as a classical dancer in Christchurch and Sydney before moving to Switzerland to dance at Ballet Theatre Basel. Corey relocated to the UK in 2008 to join BalletBoyz and has continued to dance for many acclaimed companies and choreographers. Corey started Corey Baker Dance in 2010 to create and produce his own work, including Phonebox, A Haka Day Out, Secret Encounters, Headphones and Spill.
From a local base at The Arup Campus in Solihull in the West Midlands, Arup are working with us to engineer the Bridge structure. Arup are known worldwide for their iconic engineering work, which includes such iconic structures as the Sydney Opera House, Beijing’s Water Cube and the London Aquatic Centre.
Claire is a co-founder of Imagineer and is responsible for delivering Bridge. Claire@imagineer-productions.co.uk