Since graduating in Drama from the University of Bristol last year, Emma has been involved in numerous creative projects in film production and community-driven arts, as well as marketing for Oxfam festivals.
She has a passion for interdisciplinary work, which is reflected in her devised production, An Awfully Big Adventure, a highly-regarded theatre piece combining the medium of animation, live-action film and live performance. Emma has utilised her creative influence Art Directing her first short film Black Cherry and facilitating a series of drama workshops for older adults with Wyldwood Arts.
She is a strong advocate of VR as an inclusive and accessible art form. As Coordinator for LIMINA Immersive, she has assisted Catherine Allen in the research, production and hosting of VR Sessions at The Watershed in Bristol and event-managed the first VR Diversity Bootcamp.