(watch out for the idiot with the shark near the end too)
Career has covered business administration, sales and commercial management, and over 12 years in academic publishing services and editing. Creative studies have included performing arts, musical theatre, and a Masters degree in Screenwriting at Screen and Media Academy Scotland.
Working at the Scottish Arts Council infused a real passion for the overall arts sector in Scotland, and she is a keen advocate of sustainable practices in the arts.
She is also Joint Vice Chair at North Edinburgh Arts; a screenwriter, assistant producer, portrait photographer, member of the Girl Geek Scotland network - and occasionally sings the blues.
Stephen James Martin Associate
A performer and dancer since the age of 5, Stephen participated in as many youth theatre and performance groups as he could and became the youngest person in the UK to graduate HND Musical Theatre.
He has also worked in events coordination, Edinburgh Festival Fringe marketing, mentored students at Edinburgh's Telford College, and is involved in a number of community and charity events throughout any given year.
Brian Baglow Consultant
With over 25 years working within the computing, internet, games and interactive industry locally, nationally and globally - Brian is able to bring Masques a clear, sharp and encouraging focus on how the performing arts and interactive media sectors can work better together locally.
Brian is an energetic consultant who provides insight and expertise in all areas of the interactive entertainment sector to companies throughout the creative industries. He also lectures on interactive media at Screen Academy Scotland.
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Established in 2010, The Edinburgh-based Masques Agency act as agents for select professional actors with presence, passion and flair.
Our key aims
We have a number of ambitions, and our current aims are:
To represent professional actors and performing artists in Scotland with strong internal working relationships;
To provide outstanding performance to industry, working with production and casting professionals efficiently and effectively;
To be an active, encouraging, and engaging presence in the performing and creative arts sector here in Scotland.
Cultivation, innovation, advocacy and reinvestment. We are passionate about the talent of performing artists living and working in Scotland, are committed to working efficiently with production clients, and that our contribution to the casting process is as fluid, productive and rewarding as possible. We are a private entity and we also endeavour to have a social output with our work.
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Cross-working If you are an individual or from an organisation or project working in a creative or performing industry in Scotland - we would be interested in hearing from you about potential partnership or joint-working opportunities, so please get in touch.