My work often centres around visual communication, storytelling, education and how these can be applied to environmental issues. With over 20 years experience in performance design and 10 years as an educator at postgraduate and secondary level. I bring experience in 3D and 2D to physical spaces, print, screen and virtual environments to communicate and educate.
From 2005 to 2013 Rosie was a Teaching Fellow lecturing in Theatre Design and Installation Art at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Theatre Design work includes We Didn't Mean To Go To Sea (revival), Oysters, Margaret Catchpole, We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea, The Anatomist, Beyond the Breakers, Another Three Sisters, East Anglian Psychos, The Day the Earth Wobbled a Bit and Master of Mayhem for Eastern Angles. Other work includes An Experiment with an Air Pump The Royal Court Upstairs, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Amadeus Derby Playhouse; The Tempest for Cambridge Arts Theatre; Shakespeare Revue at Salisbury Playhouse, The Miser for the Wolsey Theatre.
PGCE, University of Buckingham, 2019
Cert of Academic Practice in Teaching and Learning, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2008
MA Scenography, University for the Arts, London, 2001
BAhons Theatre Design, University for the Arts, London, 1998