Stuart started training at Lewes technical college and then Welsh college of music and drama. Since then he has worked with a number of Opera and Ballet companies including the Royal Opera House, English national ballet and Glyndebourne.
He then went on to work in Stage and Production management, credits include Pickwick, Great expectations, Summer Holiday, Grease and Oh what a night. Academically he was the Production manager for the Miskin theatre at Northwest Kent college for three years and in 2011 joined the BRIT school as the new Director of technical theatre arts.
Susannah Henry trained in Theatre Design at Wimbledon School of Art and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.
Her recent design work includes: Daniel Kitson’s It’s Always Right Now Until It’s Later(NT) and C90 (Riverside Studios, Traverse Theatre Edinburgh, National Tour and Sydney Opera House), Trilogy by Nic Green (Barbican and UK Tour), and Gianni Schicchi/Zanettofor Opera Holland Park.
Susannah has taught on both Masters and Undergraduate programmes at Laban, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.Louise Ring
Olivia Chew (Costume / Makeup Teacher)
Olivia Chew trained at the Wimbledon School of Art in Costume Interpretation. Since graduating she has worked professionally in the Theatre, Film, Television and Fashion spectrums. Her work has included Starlight Express, Les Miserables, ENO(Various),Warner Bros( Troy, Harry Potter),Conde Nast( styling),London Fashion week( assistant- Maria Grachvogel and Stella McCartney) and more recently Costume Supervisor at BBC EastEnders.
Looking for a new challenge Olivia has recently completed a PGCE (MA Level) in Design Education at Goldsmiths University of London.
Louise Ring trained as a Stagemanager at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama. Her working roles have included Stagemanager, Lewisham Peoples day and the Queens visit to Deptford, Artscapers, A.S.M, the Pleasants Theatre Islington, Stagemanager, Macbeth, the Old Red Lion Islington, Stagemanager, The Power Of Darkness, Westminster theatre and Stagemanager, It’ll Come Out in the Wash, Greenwich theatre. Louise joined the Brit School in 2000 as the Assistant Theatre Technician. Her interests include scouting, camping and outdoor pursuits.
Guy has worked in professional theatre since graduating from St. Johns College, York in the mid 80's. Starting at York Theatre Royal, he has worked all over Britain and in Europe, at venues as diverse as The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and Mull Little Theatre in The Hebrides. He has flown people in numerous Peter Pan's, both on tour and in the West End, dangled Jim Davidson on several Generation Games,spent the summer taking a giant piece of cheese apart in several europen cities,worked on the Royal Variety Performance as Master Carpenter and premiered several major musicals, most recently "Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang" at The London Palladium.. Fed up of working six nights a week, he came to The Brit School in 2003 and is having a lovely time.
Andrew trained at the Guildford School of Acting and went on to work professionally as a freelance Lighting Designer and Theatre Electrician. He has worked in many venues around the country, including the Norwich Playhouse, the NewVictoria Theatre in Woking and the Lilian Bayliss theatre in Sadlers Wells. He returned to the Guildford School of Acting for a brief period as Chief Electrician before joining the BRIT School as Technician nd Lighting and Sound Instructor.
Sophie trained at Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Art in Fine Art. She continues her art practice and teaches Costume and Visual Arts and Design.