Claire Dow

How would you describe your current work and what do you like best about it?
I’m a creative producer for theatre and events. I enjoy the variety of shapes that they can take, from coming up with my own creative projects and making them happen, to facilitating and supporting others to

Mary Paulson Ellis

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I am a writer. I’ve just published my debut novel, The Other Mrs Walker (Mantle/Pan Macmillan). I like writing best when I am deep in the heart of a story and the words are flowing like

Pippa Murphy

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I’m a Composer, Sound Designer, arranger and lecturer. I work with many different people in many different art forms. I love the variety of projects I work on, and the diversity of the people I work

Rachael Miller

How would you describe your current work and what do you like best about it?
I am currently between contracts, but last year I worked on an Royal Shakespeare Company and English Touring Theatre tour of A Mad World My Masters, taken The Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy with Stellar Quines to the

Rachel McCrum

How would you describe your current job/what you’re currently working on, and what do you like best about it?
I’m currently working on two main projects, with lots of little bits and pieces clustering in around the edges. The first is working as the first BBC Scotland Poet In Residence, until

Sophie Stephenson

How would you describe your current work and what do you like best about it?
Currently, I am working with Stellar Quines as choreographer on the production of THREADS – a play by Sylvia Dow which combines songs, steps and stories to weave together a multi-stranded history of knitting in the

Fiona Sturgeon Shea

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
As Creative Director, I am responsible for the overall leadership of the organisation which supports, develops and promotes Scotland’s playwrights. A great deal of my work right now is making and nurturing our partnerships – with

Alexandra Mathie

alexandra mathie

How would you describe the work that you do?
I am an actress working mainly in theatre and radio. As well as working for other companies my partner (writer, Angie Cairns) and I founded Square Peg Productions in 2005, a theatre company specialising in outdoor (and where possible site-specific) promenade

Shona Rattray

Shona Rattray

image by Eoin Carey
How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I am the Creative Producer at Birds of Paradise Theatre and the only full time member of staff. My job covers a broad range of activities from developing artistic and creative partnerships to

Gill Robertson

Gill Robertson

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
Dreaming, researching, planning and making alongside company business. I like the “being in room development madness” and I am also keen on the nearing the end of rehearsals time when, if all is going well,

Laura Mackenzie Stuart

Laura Mackenzie Stuart

How would you describe your current job?
My role within Creative Scotland is primarily to have an oversight of the theatre sector in Scotland in order to facilitate opportunity through funding and other initiatives. What this REALLY means is meeting lots of people and drinking vast quantities of tea during

Becky Minto

Becky Minto in Finland

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I work as a freelance production designer mostly across Scotland, though I am lucky that my work in the past has also taken me to Finland, Norway, Sweden, Italy and Northern Ireland. I suppose that