Over the years we’ve built up an incredible team of collaborators with whom we create our productions.

Logela Multimedia, Film Makers

We have been working with Logela since 2009 when they produced the digital world for Scattered. Through our collaboration with them we have developed the digital-dance integration for which we are known and they are a vital partner in all theatre and event-based work. For more information about Logela’s work visit

Simon Dormon, Set Designer

Simon has designed and created every Motionhouse set since 1989. He was a founder member and set and lighting designer for visual theatre company Trickster and is a partner in London based furniture designer/makers Oblique Furniture. For further information contact him at [email protected]

Sophy Smith and Tim Dickinson, Musical Collaborators

Sophy and Tim have been working with us since composing the soundtrack for Perfect in 2005 and have collaborated with Motionhouse on virtually every production since. They have been composing together since 1997 and have collaborated on a wide range of projects from touring dance and theatre performances to TV and radio commercials, short films, TV documentaries and solo music projects. For more information contact Sophy on [email protected]

Sofie Layton, Costume Design

Sofie has created costumes for several of our productions including The Voyage, Broken and Captive. Sofie has worked as an artist/designer for 25 years. Her work includes large-scale site specific performance, theatre, and installations. For more information about Sofie please visit

Natasha Chivers, Lighting Designer

Natasha has been working as a lighting designer since 1994 and met Kevin through Greenwich+Docklands International Festival whilst working on Renaissance in 2005; she has since worked with him on Run!, Scattered and Broken. In 2007 she won an Olivier Award for Best Lighting Design for Sunday In The Park With George at The Wyndhams Theatre. For further information contact her at [email protected]  

Austin Lawler at CUE, Production Manager

Austin has worked extensively in many areas of the performing arts from comedy to contemporary dance. He has worked in collaboration with independent artists such as Nigel Charnock and Hetain Patel and was Production Manager for Stomp (World Tour) and Rugby League World Cup 2013 at Millennium Stadium, Wembley and at 16 other stadiums across England and Wales. For more information about CUE, visit