MEET THE TEAM
Writer, Director, Performer
Alex has written, directed and performed
across Canada and the United Kingdom. She
is a New York Radio Award nominee, Society of Canadian Musicians award recipient, writer of two award winning short films, and writer of the stage play SMUDGE, which earned two Best New Play nominations in Canada, and was Time Out's Critics Choice during its UK premiere. Now living in the
UK, Alex has written for The Royal Court, London 2012 Olympics, Graeae, Theatre Centre, BBC Radio
and the Channel 4 series Cast Offs. Alex is also
a Winston Churchill Fellow and in 2014 was
named one of the most influential disabled
artists in the UK!
Actor, aerialist, voice and accent coach and workshop leader, Karina has toured with
companies such as Graeae, Fittings Multimedia
Arts, Birds Of Paradise Theatre Company, Citizens Theatre Glasgow, Frantic Assembly, Paines Plough, and the National Theatre of Wales. Recently she
has been working with Extraordinary Bodies on Weighting as an actor and aerialist, and as an aerialist for }the cerebral palsy CPISRA World Games.
Karina is thrilled to be part of Invisible Flash.
Jo graduated from Rose Bruford College umpteen years ago. She has worked extensively in theatre
as a stage manager, production manager and producer for various companies and artists including Nottingham Playhouse, GYPT, Shape,
Liz Bentley, Krazy Kat, Julie McNamara, Lewisham Council, The Young Vic and Mountview Academy. In addition to Invisible Flash Jo is currently
working with Rose Bruford College in the stage management department and Gobbledegook.
Jo lives North London with partner Jamie, and children, Llewelyn (Lewi) and Willow.
Alison Pottinger is a BSL/English Interpreter and theatre stage manager. She has worked in the arts for over 25 years. She is also the Project Manager for the Technical Theatre BSL project.
Charlotte is a casting director at the National Theatre. After studying Psychology at university,
she worked in any theatre that would have her, so has tried her hand in all sorts of areas - literary, press, marketing, finance, bar, bookshop, front of house, back of house, and for one night only on the stage at Shakespeare's Globe, having lost an actor to food poisoning at the very last minute. Charlotte loves plays, and is excited and honoured to be working with Invisible Flash.
Hugh studied music at university and continues
to explore and lecture on the wonderful topic of sound. For many years he's also worked for a national charity as a professional campaigner and policy advisor. Most of his working days are all about convincing organisations large and small to behave and act inclusively, so disabled people can play a full role in society. What he finds to good about being part of Invisible Flash, is that it is exciting and is about creating a new future for everyone. His role on the board is to share what
he knows and help Invisible Flash to success.