Has worked for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) since 2007; His earlier work includes roles at Battersea Arts Centre, & Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, as well as running a fringe theatre company. Jim studied Drama and Screen Studies at the University of Manchester. He is currently Head of Film at BAFTA, and responsible for all aspects of the administration of the British Academy Film Awards.
Programme manager for schools in theatre and performance at the V&A. He produces workshops, activities and projects to explore and support the Theatre and Performance collections, displays and temporary exhibitions. He has worked at the V&A for just over 14 years, 7 of them as formal education manager at the Theatre Museum in Covent Garden. He was a secondary drama, media and English teacher for 9 years at schools in Essex.
Programme manager in the Creative Learning department at the Barbican Centre and Guildhall School for Music and Drama. His programme focuses on artists’ professional development and as part of that programme he is about to launch Young Arts Academy, which has been set up to help young people develop as artists and build careers in the creative industries.
Participation Producer (Dance & Performance) at Southbank Centre. As part of the Festival Programming team, Molly develops, programmes and produces participatory arts projects across art forms. She has a BA in Drama Studies and Spanish from the University of Sussex and a MA in Education in Arts and Cultural Settings from Kings College London. Previous work includes five years at Sadler’s Wells and a period at China Plate in the role of Assistant Producer.