This is where you can find out about everyone who has supported ‘I am a Circle… Part 1: The Yggdrasil’ on its journey in creation.

I am infinitely grateful.




Celia White is a devisor and director of contemporary circus and physical theatre. She has a long history of work as performer, maker and director, exploring the potential of meaning originating from the body and visual languages, from circus, dance, the visual arts and other inspirations. She has directed and collaborated on site-specific and contemporary theatre, community theatre and circus theatre. In 2002 she completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Movement Studies at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. She was Artistic Director of Vulcana Women’s Circus from 2003 – 2009 and created an extensive body of diverse theatre works with a wide range of community groups and emerging and professional performers.She was Artistic Director of youth arts company, Contact Inc, 2009 – 2010. In 2010 she was director with Stalker Theatre Company on a cultural exchange with XII Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogota, collaborating with local company, Circo Ciudad. In 2011 she was Guest Show Director with Circus Oz. She has directed a range of new work with independent artists across Australia. She is again Artistic Director of Vulcana Women’s Circus, recently creating a large, cross-generational performance work, Small Change at the Brisbane Powerhouse, mentoring, supporting and teaching emerging artists to create new circus work, presenting new works in local festivals, and leading circus projects and processes with diverse communities.




Roberto Iregui is an engineer from Stanford University and musician from Berklee College of Music. Born in Bogota, Colombia. While he was working  in Australia, in 2011, he was the Winner of the Queensland Music Awards in the Jazz Category .

He has the ability to compose, arrange and produce a variety of genres and styles: Latin Orchestrations (Symphony Orchestra and Big Band), Film Scoring, Classic, World Music, Jazz & Latin Jazz, Tango, Latin, and Pop/Rock.


Mauricio is a sound artist passionate about creating immersive sound experiences. He was born and raised in Colombia, finished his studies in Music at York University in Toronto/Canada, and specialized in Music Technology and Sound art at the Pompeu Fabra University and the University of Barcelona. He is currently living in Brisbane and working in projects of interactive art, sound design, field recordings and electronic instruments design. www.miregui.com

Mauricio is also the creative director of 4 Big Ears, an educational project about creating workshops that aim to immerse participants into journeys of sound awareness, sound ecology, sound sculptures, compositions and simply about embracing the importance of Listening. www.4bigears.com

Elysium Greene is a conceptual Co-Creative & Human, being. Via various modalities in: Visual Arts, Illustration, Authorship, Music & Performance she seeks to create outcomes that embody, emphasize and inspire essential truths. ‘For this one life, on our one earth, there is only one you… with presence, rather than perfection YOU are the hARTWORK’.