Assistant Costume and Set Designer
A play about boobs. Happy boobs. Sad boobs. Naughty boobs. Scared boobs…Poorly boobs.
From bra fittings to breast cancer diagnosis, Lucy’s boobs tell her story in 60 minutes – the time it takes to perform a standard lumpectomy.
Co-created with women who have experience of breast cancer and those who treat them, Identities unclasps the hidden adventures our boobs go on; the good, the bad and the silly.
Results Day (2022)
Production and Costume Design by Danni Ebanks-Ingram
Results Day follows the lives of teenage best friends Curtis (17, Book-smart) and Jordan (17, Street-smart) on the biggest days of the academic year… A-Level results day.
Curtis and Jordan arrive at Handsworth Park on their bikes. As they banter about their future we learn that Curtis dreams of escaping the concrete jungle of Handsworth for sofmewhere far away where he can have a better life.
But Jordan dreams of staying in Handsworth and amassing money, power and status so he can rule it.
Both of them are caught between the dreams of childhood and the hard reality of adulthood. On the count of three they open their A-Level results. And in that moment the bitter-sweet reality of their fates set in…
A Different Place (2022)
Production Design by Danni Ebanks-Ingram
Set within the confines of her hotel room, forty-something Evelyn embarks on a journey of self-discovery with Cleo, a younger woman who exudes the kind of confidence Evelyn has only dreamed of. They share a drink, a smile, an instant connection, and an unforgettable night that Evelyn cannot ignore nor fully encompass.
Directed by Sophie Black, Written by Tommy Draper & Zane Igbe, Produced by Katie Smith & Charlie Clarke
Prey (2021) Production Design + Costume by Danni Ebanks-Ingram
Attributed to the groundbreaking writer Octavia Butler is a quote that brilliantly turns this program's seemingly pessimistic title on its head, "In order to rise from its own ashes, a Phoenix first must burn."
While this set of short films puts characters in extreme and precarious situations, they endure and navigate an upside-down world to push forward narratives of survival and make real the promising futures within their reach. Audiences will recognize queer tenacity in full display, taking various twists and turns, among others, to navigate grief and create safe havens to connect deserving kin and chosen families.
Stories of authentic connection and survival are found on the other side of these imperfect worlds: less grim, more hopeful, less fearful, all-powerful.
Kanem finds himself questioning the dynamics of power, class, race and privilege as the under-discussed realm of hook-up and chemsex culture turn his life upside down.