Marie-Gabrielle Rotie (Goldsmiths University) creates interdisciplinary works embracing the mediums of choreography, live-art performance, film, photography, installation and the site-specific. Her creations mainly focus on the body in relation to identity, desire and death and are informed by her Butoh training. She collaborated on the film trailer Borgia's Kitchen.

Nick Parkin is a Musician and Composer who completed an MA in Electroacoustic Compositon at University of East Anglia in 1999. His sound has featured widely in radio drama and television. His collaboration with Marie-Gabrielle Rotie at the Linbury Studio which won the Place Prize. He provided sound for Human Zoo.

Soledad de la Hoz is a dancer and yoga teacher, originally from Spain. She collaborated on the devised piece The Call and the movement work for Carwash (It's not my name).

Javier Rosero is a Spanish born actor who has worked in theatre, opera and film. He collaborated on the movement work for Carwash (It's not my name)

Marisa Flamino is a dancer and choreographer originally from Portugal who is skilled in Ballet, Contemporary, Flamenco, and Jazz. She collaborated on the devised piece The Call and movement for the Land of Eagles monologues.

Photo: Mara Cabral The Wind and Sun Photography

Mark Takeshi Ota is an actor and free runner of Japanese and German heritage. He collaborated on the devised piece The Call.

Elizabeth Jee is a voice agent, playwright, life model and actress whose roles have included: Mrs Kipling in My Boy Jack at the Baron's Court Theatre, commercials for Cadburys and 118 and the yoga pose poster girl for HMRC's self assessment campaign. She collaborated on the Flash Film Glass Flowers and the Land of Eagles monologues. Her play Book Club is being developed with the Space Theatre, Docklands.

Sophie Clayton is a designer who studied for a BA in Technical Effects for Performance degree at the London College of Fashion and created the Magazine Woman costume for Human Zoo at the Cochrane Theatre.