Michael has been at the forefront of scoring the film, TV, media and dance in Ireland for the last decade. Some of his more notable film and media projects include the award-winning films Broken Law, Katie, Mattress Men, BBC Sounds true-crime podcast series Where Is George Gibney and the BAFTA-nominated animation film, Here To Fall. His TV work also regularly features on RTE, BBC and other international broadcasters. Collaborations with CoisCéim include Body Language and the dance films How To Sink A Paper Boat and the multi-award winning Deep End Dance. Other dance projects include Ultima Thule and Woman Stood Regardless with choreographer, Catherine Young and the ‘lockdown’ Youth Dance film, Dancing By Distance. www.michaelflemingmusic.com
Ivonne is originally from Germany, where she studied at Heinz Bosl Stiftung Ballet Academy and later on at Iwanson School of Contemporary Dance. Her professional debut was with TIK Theatre Kempten, where Ivonne displayed her creativity and innovation in bringing choreographer Jochen Heckmann’s work to life. Since then, she has travelled extensively with shows, to teach and to draw inspiration for her work, honing her distinctive style and movement. Ivonne’s collaborative inquisitive style on her work with choreographs during the development of each piece, has enabled her to carve a niche for herself and receive international acclaim, including the Isadora Award in 2010 for the most promising young dancer. She is an associate artist of Levantes Dance Theatre in London, combining dance theatre and contemporary circus. Recent work with CoisCéim includes: Invitation to a Journey, The Wolf and Peter, Body Language, How to Sink a Paper Boat and Francis Footwork.
Jonathan was born in England and moved to Dublin in 1999. He trained at the Rambert School, London, graduating in 1992. Work with CoisCéim includes AGNES; PAGEANT; MERMAIDS; THE RITE OF SPRING; and WHEN ONCE IS NEVER ENOUGH. He has worked with leading companies in the UK including: Adventures in Motion Pictures; Mathew Hawkins; Imlata and Dundee Rep Dance Company; and Irish companies IMDT and Liz Roche Company. In December 2012, Jonathan made his debut on the Abbey Stage in Frank McGuinness’ adaptation of James Joyce’s THE DEAD. Since 2008 Jonathan has also been a dance photographer, with a particular focus on location photography, and has photographed some of the most premier dance artists in the country including IMDT; Liz Roche Company; Fearghus Ó Conchuir; and Emma Martin. In 2009 he was commissioned by Dance Ireland to create a photographic Exhibition, STILL, LIFE, which now forms part of the permanent collection. In 2012, Jonathan received an Arts Council Dance Bursary Award to explore the integration of still images into the choreographic process.
Ste is a photographer and actor from Dublin. He primarily works with Theatre Companies and Architects; fellow makers – enjoying the challenges both of these areas have to offer. He tries to frame and capture the vision of these makers, while interpreting and (re)presenting the work himself. His main interests are the changing spatial qualities of the world around us as bodies in space, patterns & habits of societies, and the transience of time.
As an Actor, some of Ste’s previous work on stage includes Light A Penny Candle, one-man show Panned at Project Arts Centre, BlackCatfishMusketeer with Malaprop, Sunder with Anu Productions, The 24 Hour Plays at The Abbey, Carmen Disruption, Angels in the Park, Cornerstones, Fused , Tales from Briar Hall, and Fishamble’s Tiny Plays for Dundrum. More recently, he has been developing his interest in film and the moving image. www.ste.ie
Luca Truffarelli is a freelance photographer and video maker based in Dublin. From 2011 he started experimenting and challenging himself in the field of visual arts. Over the past few years he has been involved in contemporary dance and theatre works as a photographer/video maker, visual/set designer and artistic collaborator. lucatruffarelli.com