Wrey has worked as a soloist for the London Contemporary
Dance Theatre and the Rambert Dance Company. Since 1992
she has been the Artistic Director of JazzXchange music
and dance company. Sheron has taught at schools and
companies from the Royal Ballet to Tumbaka Dance Company
in Zimbabwe. Sheron is currently Chair of the
Association of Dance of the African Diaspora ( ADAD).
She has recently been awarded a Nesta Fellowship and
has completed her MA at Middlesex University.
Siegel: digital artist
entering the UK 4 years ago, Fleeta has taught at various
London institutions (WAC Performing Arts and Media College,
London Print Studio, SpacePlace Studios) on a range
of subjects: computer game design, Web design, CD ROM
authoring, Photoshop, Quick Time Virtual Reality and
WAP. Fleeta has also lectured on the use of computer
games curriculum for the Eastern Touring Agency.
company plan b, which he runs with Kamal Ackarie, has
over 7 years worth of experience of producing inter-disciplinary
work particularly focussing on technology based work,
which included the BAFTA nominated Desert Rain.
Singh: new media consultant
of Digit in 1995 with Andrew Chambers, Singh’s
company has grown to 35 full-time employees. Although
renowned as an interactive design consultancy, Digit
has also garnered considerable experience over the past
few years in other disciplines, including brand consultancy,
usability research, television programming and developing
applications for the mobile markets. Digit’s clients
have included Habitat, PlayStation. IBM, the Science
Museum, Museum Network in Philadelphia, Deutsche Bank,
the COI, the BBC, and Channel 4.