Elizabeth is a certified Intimacy Coordinator and Intimacy Director. She implements best practices on set to address scenes of intimacy and nudity in a manner that is safe, professional and effective and that enhances this particular area of physical storytelling. Working in Theatre and Television/ Film, she is the founder of the Intimacy Directors International UK (IDI-UK) responsible for promoting best intimacy practice and sexual harassment prevention to the stage and screen industries in the UK. She is also a certified teacher with the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat and has choreographed violence professionally in the UK and the USA and regularly teaches workshops in both combat and intimacy. Recent credits include 'Bridgerton 2' (Netflix), The Nevers (HBO), Witcher 2 (Netflix), 'A Very British Scandal' and other high profile TV/Films due for release in 2022.
Kelechi has built a career as a formidable personal trainer, actress, dance innovator, pole dance teacher and successful dance studio owner. In 2018, Kelechi won Fitness Queen of the Year at the Precious Lifestyle Awards, followed by two Screen Nation awards in 2019 for Best Podcast and Best Social Media Personality. Kelechi has been partnering with many prestigious organisations and individuals both in the United Kingdom and internationally and is known for speaking at events on important global and local topical issues. Credible, engaging, and inspirational, Kelechi can discuss even the most sensitive topics with her audience in a way that is truthful, entertaining but also educational. Kelechi has multifaceted knowledge in equality, anti-racism, and diversity, ‘’cancel culture’’ and other contemporary topics and offers a high-energy, thought provoking and motivational approach that encourages people to adopt and consider new concepts and attitudes. Kelechi’s irreverent persona has garnered her vast social media following of over 150k across platforms and 1Million downloads of her critically acclaimed podcast ‘Say Your Mind
Joshua Okpala, one of the first black Intimacy Coordinators in the UK, trained in Intimacy for Stage & Screen with the highly regarded Lizzy Talbot one of the World’s leading Intimacy Coordinators. Josh has worked on several popular television shows for both the home and international markets, ensuring that best intimacy practices are carried out on set in a manner that is safe, professional.
An alumnus of the Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York, Josh also works with major UK drama schools as a freelance movement coordinator. Recent credits include, The Weekend Away (Netflix), A Very British Scandal (BBC One), Bridgerton 2 (Netflix), Anatomy of a Scandal, (Netflix), This is Going To Hurt (BBC 2), I came By (Netflix) and other high profile UK and International TV/Films due for release in 2022.
Lucy Fennell is an Intimacy Coordinator who trained in Intimacy for Stage & Screen with Lizzy Talbot one of the world's leading Intimacy Coordinators. Lucy continues to work on top shows with recent credits such as, The Continental (Starz/Lionsgate), Pennyworth 3, Sanditon 3 and other shows for release in 2022.
Lucy is also an experienced facilitator and has worked extensively as a director of young people in her role as Education officer at The Point and The Berry Theatre. She directed The Tempest and Henry V (as part of HLF funded Agincourt 600) and was the Youth Theatre Director at the
Berry Theatre. Her directing credits include: The Little Mermaid, The Secret Garden and James and the Giant Peach.
Mojisola Elufowoju is an award winning Theatre Director and is the CEO and Artistic Director of Utopia Theatre. A leading African Theatre company resident at Sheffield Crucible Theatre.
Mojisola is passionate about the growth and development of ethnic minorities in the theatre industry.
She has recently launched a new initiative, Utopia Theatre Creative Hub, bringing African theatre experts together to offer courses, workshops and events online.
Mojisola has a number of impressive credits the most recent of which include; Here's What She Said To Me (Utopia Theatre /Sheffield Crucible and tour of 21 venues including York Theatre Royal, Belgrade Theatre and Hull Truck Theatre) How Far Apart? (Utopia Theatre at Arcola Theatre and Sheffield Hallam Performance Lab) Far Gone (Theatre Deli - Sheffield and Sheffield Theatre Studio) The Bogus Woman (London South Bank University at Camden People’s Theatre).