Brooke - Creative Director

I have been working with Schools, pre-preps and nursery's for several years as a storyteller and drama teacher. I bring children's awareness of their community and their environment to life working with them by using movement, music, props, action and their imagination in a fun and supportive drama storytelling session.

I am first aid trained, hold a CRB and am qualified to work as a storyteller with children. Little Supernovas is a limited company, registration number 7478299.

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Daniella - London Adventureteller

Daniella attained her Ba(Hons) First Class in Performing Arts in England before returning to Hong Kong, where she grew up, to pursue acting and voice work. Since returning, her credits include films 'Drink Tea Ghost Man' as Annie, 'Dark age' as Nyx and 'Out Of The Blue'. Her voice credits include the lead's in Anime series 'Inazuma 11 Go' (Arion Sherwind) and Ori Princess (Sheree). Also, as narrator and character voices on electronic toys & games (Cartoon Network, V-Tech, Longmans) and TV documentaries ('Art of Sake', HK Government & The British Council).

Daniella specialised in physical and contemporary theatre, as well as writing and adapting plays. She has taught drama to children for several years with youth theatre companies (Faust international) and schools in Hong Kong, where she continued to write and adapt plays and the curriculum.

She is passionate about the medium of drama as a creative avenue for the development and learning of children and is pleased to now be apart of Little Supernovas.

Holly - London Adventureteller

I'm 19 and just recently moved to London to start a full time musical theatre course at Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts. Originally I'm from West Yorkshire were I began my passion for the arts from a young age.

I gained my higher level dance teaching qualifications at Preston College and since then have been teaching ballet, tap, modern and jazz around many different dance schools both back home and down here in London.

I'm so happy to have been given an opportunity to work for little supernovas and think the new idea behind it is fantastic and when working with the children I've been able to see how it helps them both with their confidence and letting their imaginations run wild. I really am so proud of be able to be a part of it.

Charla - London Adventureteller

Charla is an experienced Drama & Movement Therapist who completed her training at Central School of Speech and Drama in 2001. Since then she has worked with many groups and individual of all ages. Her work focuses on people with autism, disabilities, mental health issues, trauma and emotional difficulties. She currently works within a primary school and within various centres.

Charla also has an MA in Renaissance Drama from Warwick University and a BA in English Literature with minors in Psychology and Theatre from the US, where she is from. She is currently completing a PhD in Dramatherapy and childhood depression.

Charla brings a playful and imaginative quality to her work and is excited to be a part of the Supernova team.

Georgia - London Apprenticeteller

I have always been interested and enthusiastic about the arts from a young age, and one day hope to travel the world devising Drama workshops for young children as a way of exploring imaginations as well as bringing a strong sense of community within young social groups from all cultural backgrounds.

I have previously worked as a Drama Ambassador in a summer workshop school with the company HighTide in my home county; Suffolk, a project that I thoroughly enjoyed and felt very privileged to be a part of.

Currently studying in second year at Queen Mary's University of London in Drama (BA Hons), my passion for the arts has only grown as a result of my further studying.

I am thoroughly enjoying working within the Little Supernovas community and hope to share the ideas and practical exercises that I have learned with the children, as well as learn from them too.

Hannah - Edinburgh Adventureteller

Hannah has been a keen dancer and actress from a young age, she grew up in Cambridge where she trained in ballet tap and modern and musical theatre. At the age of eighteen she started her dance and acting training at the London Studio Centre where she graduated with a BA HONS degree in dance and theatre. Post graduation Hannah has worked as a professional dancer and as an actress in roles in tv series' such as channels 4's 'Made in Chelsea' and 'My Mad Fat Diary'.

Hannah is currently living in Edinburgh where she very much enjoys storytelling for Little Supernovas. She likes to incorporate her dance training and lively personality into her stories and hopes to continue striving to make the stories magical and special.

Hazel - Edinburgh Adventureteller

Since graduating from Dance For All, Edinburgh, Hazel has traveled the world teaching dance and learning a great deal from various cultures. With much time spent teaching dance on a voluntary and/ or outreach basis, such as orphanages, Juvenal detention centres, autistic schools etc., dance classes have taken on a whole new meaning for Hazel and she is extremely enthusiastic about taking the love, patience and mindfulness learnt whilst travelling with her into every single class.

Hazel believes in making each and every child feel welcome, cared for, and a vital part in the dance making process. Bonds are quickly developed between child, teacher, and class, and each and every child's voice and creative ideas will be heard, nourished and celebrated.

To kick off 2013 Hazel has created Kohara Arts, a social enterprise offering arts classes to children/ youths with mental/ physical/ learning difficulties. Hazel has also been recruited to teach various classes around the city, and enjoys very much the array of styles and ages she has been asked to teach.

Hazel feels very lucky to be a member of the Little Supernovas family, especially as one of the pioneers in bringing the wonder and magic to Edinburgh.

Maz - Edinburgh Adventureteller

Maz is an actor, director and writer and is proud to be a part of Little Supernovas. She has been living in Edinburgh since completing her BA (Hons) in Drama and English Literature at the University of Birmingham in 2013. Maz is currently an actor with Creative Electric, a theatre company specialising in devised and immersive performance and is also part of the Traverse Emerging Director's programme.

Maz loves working with children and young people and believes that there is a lot that adults can learn from children's play and creativity. She has previously volunteered for the International Youth Arts Festival and worked at the Selly Oak Arts Soak (a local arts festival for young people in the Birmingham area) as Events Coordinator. She has also worked for the Edinburgh International Science Festival as a Science Communicator, where she has facilitated science exhibitions designed for children.

Over the past few months, Maz has performed at the Hidden Door Festival, Bongo Club, Traverse Theatre and the Forest Cafe. She has previously performed at the Rose Theatre (Kingston), MAC (Birmingham) and the Old Rep (Birmingham). She has recently directed plays by emerging playwrights at Summerhall and Traverse Theatre, and in November 2013 directed, produced and performed in Amanda as part of Theatre: Uncut. This summer, Maz will perform with National Theatre of Scotland as part of The Tin Forest.

Maz is incredibly excited about embarking on lots of exciting new adventures with Little Supernovas.

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