We are a fun, hard-working and experienced team whose creative knowledge and passion offers huge potential for ideas and collaborations.
Chloé oversees all the company’s clients and is always on hand to offer advice and support. With extensive experience in the arts, Chloé has worked for a diverse range of organisations across public and private sectors. Prior to establishing CNC, she studied History of Art at The Courtauld Institute of Art graduating with undergraduate and Masters degrees; she now sits on their alumni board. As a trained classical singer, Chloé‘s knowledge of opera and classical music complements her passion and understanding for work in these areas. Although she can’t imagine getting on the stage herself, Chloé has always been a huge theatre fan and relishes reading new scripts. Her penchant for bubbly means that champagne corks are often popped in the CNC office.
Daniel graduated from the University of Kent in English & American Literature and Drama. He has always had a passion for working in the Arts, finding opportunities to be involved with all aspects of theatre from PR to production, regionally, overseas, and in the Big Smoke – including having worked for Really Useful Group in Australia and Sonia Friedman Productions. He enjoys travelling, considers himself somewhat of a MasterChef and believes he is a shower-singing sensation.
Chloë graduated from the University of York in English Literature and with a Masters degree in Medical History and Humanities. She has worked in theatre for many years but 2018, her first Edinburgh Fringe with CNC, saw her support the Pleasance press office to attain their most successful year ever. She’s now one of CNC’s experts in festivals across the UK. With her love of good storytelling and passion for social issues, Chloë loves supporting politically-charged theatre productions. During her leisure time she likes to relax by escaping into a good book, a fantastic live performance or a Netflix boxset.
Isobel graduated from the University of York with a Masters in History of Art following an English Literature and History of Art undergraduate degree, with a particular focus on British art. She enjoys travelling and has experience working with a range of performing arts from Australia to New York. Isobel has always loved theatre and art and enjoys frequently going to shows and exhibitions around London.
Tamara graduated in History of Art from Goldsmiths, University of London. She began at CNC as an intern but is now a fully-fledged member of the team. Tamara has experience of working in the cultural sector with past roles in art galleries and at an auction house. With a love of London, and its fantastic art and theatre scene, she is happy to be pursuing her dream of working within the arts.
Nicole is one of CNC’s marketing gurus. She started off her marketing career at Dewynters and has since worked for The Opera Group, Mark Rubinstein Limited and DreamWorks Theatricals. She then continued to manage marketing campaigns for Jo Hutchison International, putting together and overseeing campaigns for West-End, touring and off West-End theatrical productions. Nicole has a Philosophy and Theology Degree from the University of Nottingham. She loves all kinds of theatre and art and is happiest when playing with her children and watching Disney films.
Laura is a member of the CNC marketing team. Her career in marketing began at JHI, where she worked for several years. She has a wealth of experience in theatre, having marketed productions ranging from West End plays to immersive musicals, national tours and shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Laura is also a freelance writer, composer and performer and runs her own theatre company, Music Box Theatre.
Izzi is a member of CNC’s 2019 Edinburgh team having worked with us on many projects over the years. She has been Press and Marketing Officer for VAULT Festival 2019 and Marketing Manager for the Pleasance (London & Edinburgh Fringe), as well as working freelancing for national and international clients. Izzi is passionate about new writing and works as a playwright, screenwriter and producer and runs her own theatre company Burn Bright Theatre. Since 2018, she has also co-curated and co-produced a new writing night called The Miniaturists at the Arcola Theatre.