Emma Collins – Executive Director
Emma has many years’ experience in the voluntary sector. With a background in health, social care and psychology, she is driven by a desire to promote social justice and equality. She has always loved storytelling and is passionate about the way that accessing different creative arts can help people to reframe their own stories to imagine and live more positive futures. She loves working in collaboration with different types of people to create new and innovative storytelling projects which make a real difference to people’s lives.
Daniel Serridge, Storyteller
Dan first stumbled head first into storytelling whilst training to be a community artist on the mean streets of West Cumbria. Glasgow is now his home and his passion for peoples stories drives him to create varied and exciting projects across the city. He prides himself on his skilful, enthusiastic, expert delivery and enjoys working in all kinds of environments with humour and sensitivity.
Joanne Marr, Storyteller
Before joining us at The Village Storytelling Centre, Joanne worked with the ‘Gie’s’ Peace Project’ as a drama tutor in 2013, providing weekly drama workshop sessions creatively exploring the issue of Sectarianism. Joanne has a fantastic ability to reach people of all generations with her enthusiasm and unique delivery style.
Lauren Bianchi, Storyteller
Lauren Joined the Village Storytelling Centre in the Summer of 2012