Caz Brader — Executive Director
Responsible for developing & delivering the organisation’s business and fundraising plans & strategic vision working closely with the Artistic Director.
Nina Hajiyianni — Artistic Director
The Artistic Director leads the programme of ATT including its professional, participatory and research work.
Jessica Egan-Simon — Producer
The Project Manager oversees the development and management of all ATT projects and is the key contact for participants, creatives and for venue bookers and schools.
Kevin Dyer — Associate Writer
The Associate Writer initiates and delivers new writing projects, including Young Writers programmes.
Sam Hutchinson — Communications Manager
The Communications Manager deals with all aspects of marketing, press and publicity for all ATT events, and works to develop new audiences for all strands of the ATT programme.
Matt Bennett — Technical Venue Manager
The Technical Venue Manager is responsible for all elements of the technical operation of Whitby Hall, ATT's studio performance space.
Jake Ryan — Community Practitioner
The Community Practitioner, leads outreach into our community, giving young people the opportuntity to access and create art. This project and post is funded by the Westminster Foundation.
Phil Cross — Drama Practitioner
The Drama Practitioner devises and leads our free drama sessions, Drama Drop-In and Drama Droplets.
Jem Borsberry - Pastoral Support and Community Connector
The Pastoral Support works within our Drama Droplets and Drop In sessions offereing support to our young people. The Community Connector works with the Community Practitioner to support creative outreach work in the community.