Daniel joined Emergency Exit Arts in January 2012. He is a professional manager working in the arts and other
Ben Raine has an extensive background in many areas of production including music, theatre and large-scale outdoor spectaculars.
Jules joined Emergency Exit Arts in May 2009 from the Royal Albert Hall. Jules facilitates the running of the
Ruthie’s primary background is in creative organisations and cultural research. With five years of arts administration experience.
Shanika's experience in outreach and creative engagement includes organisations such as Talawa Theatre Co, Tenda Arts and London Bubble.
Pablo has a background in marketing for the arts charity sector including theatre, contemporary art galleries and community arts events
Hannah has been freelancing with Emergency Exit Arts since 2019, and has experience in organising large scale public events and community outreach.
Katrina is a creative facilitator, performer, puppeteer and arts administrator from New Zealand.
Yeu-Lai manages the accounting and finances of the organisation and she also has a background as an artist and creative
Isabel is EEAs new production assistant.Isabel is passionate about the public art sector and looking to continue a career in project management and curation.
Tracey joined EEA’s management team as an Associate in 2021. EEA is the base for Tracey’s creative practice as a Creative Director, Cultural Producer and Strategist...
Mark is our reliable & patient IT manager. He has been involved with EEA since 1987 and was General Manager of the company in the late 1990s
Deb Mullins has an extensive and distinguished career as a pioneer in outdoor and participatory arts. Her career spans close to five decades
Di Jones’s freelance career in community and celebratory arts has taken her the length and breadth of Britain.
Jo Paul is a London based artist, designer and facilitator.
Natasha Cossey is a visual artist, designer, creative practitioner and performer.
Patrick has a broad range of skills and experience, including theatre set design, float design and manufacture, costume, prop making, physical and vocal performance...
Paul Bryce set up Lightfires in the spring of 2015 after ten years working freelance in special effects for a number of internationally acclaimed companies.
Anna has built up many years of experience in facilitation, devising, planning and coordinating a wide variety of art projects with children, young people and adults.
Since graduating from the Glasgow school of art in 2017 Katie has been working as a freelance artist and maker.
Joe Fleming is a performer, multi-instrumentalist, clown & workshop facilitator.
Shermaine is a participatory and interdisciplinary artist and educator and has worked in the cultural and education sector for over 20 years
Michèle is an experienced artist and performer with a passion for carnival, theatre, musical theatre puppetry and dance.
Craig is an experienced lighting designer in Theatre, dance and circus genres. He has been working professionally as a lighting designer for over 10 years
Daisy joined EEA’s pyro team in 2015. With a love of fire and pyrotechnics, and 20+ years’ experience in outdoor events, she also heads up Leeway Creative Production.
Arji is a published poet and has over 15 years experience working with some of the country’s most brilliant communities.
Camille Dawson is a writer, director, performer and facilitator working in theatre, outdoor arts and film.
Chloe Osborne is an artist, agitator and creative producer who creates participatory and interventionist art projects which seek to reinforce social bonds.
Pragya is a visual artist with 12 years experience in participatory, community arts, and wellbeing projects.
Dana Segal is a consultant specialising in fundraising & not-for-profit management working across the UK, Europe & Asia
Ben McKnight is Director of Communications, Stakeholder and Government Relations for Hull 2017 UK City of Culture.
Board Member since September 2013
Teresa is Head of HR for the parliamentary regulator, IPSA. Previously she worked in HR and operations management for more than 15 years.
Emma Parkinson is Course Director for postgraduate studies in Emergency Management and Resilience at Coventry University
Sita is a multi-disciplinary artist with a keen interest in increasing representation of marginalised communities.
Reuben is an artist and learning facilitator with extensive experience in producing and delivering arts education projects.
She is one of the founders and directors of Continental Drifts, an event management, music and performance agency.
Miriam is a 26 year old disability rights activist from London.