Kerry has worked as a performer for over 10 years and has much passion and drive for creating work and performing with early years audiences and children with complex needs. Expecting Something has been a project that she has admired since it’s beginnings and she is now delighted to be on board with the Starcatchers… Read more »
Judith has a career in managing arts organisations and projects that are good for the soul, believing that the performing arts have a central role to play in our society – from their therapeutic value, to the way they connect people and ideas, to the expression of who we are and how we feel. Judith… Read more »
Natalie has worked in an administration and marketing role since 2014. She has years of experience working and volunteering in the children’s sector which has taken her both overseas as well as closer to home. Natalie started working for Starcatchers in 2018 and is very excited to be part of the team. She believes that… Read more »
Catherine has worked as a writer, arts administrator and workshop facilitator since 2014. Her background is in community engagement projects where she used the arts to tackle inequalities and bring young people together. Catherine has also travelled the world as a writer and performer, representing Scotland and its art scene at an international level. She… Read more »
Fraser has been a professional musician and educator for over a decade. Having created multiple rhythm based projects for schools around Scotland, he believes creativity is an innate quality found in everyone; it does not recognise the social divide or adhere to stereotypes. Creativity can be used to explore who we are and as a platform to… Read more »
Jennifer has been working in the arts for nearly 20 years, including roles at Woodend Barn, Citymoves Dance Agency and Aberdeen International Youth Festival and co-founder of MiniFest, a creative festival for young audiences across North East Scotland.
Nicola joined Starcatchers in December 2017 from Children in Scotland, where she had been working as Senior Communications Officer. She began her career as a journalist in London before moving to Scotland in 2003 and now has more than 15 years’ experience of communications and marketing in Scotland’s children’s sector.
Rhona has been involved with Starcatchers since the pilot project at North Edinburgh Arts in 2006. Since then she has supported the development of the company and has become an expert in the field of arts and Early Years. She is on the board of Small Size, the international network for the dissemination of the… Read more »
Heather joined Starcatchers after eight years working with young people in Glasgow in some of the most deprived communities in Europe. She believes passionately in the power of the arts to transform lives and tackle inequalities, and working with our youngest members of society seems the best place to start