Stephanie is an artist who has exhibited internationally as well as curated exhibitions in London and America.
Artwork is available through Sea Star Gallery. Scroll down for images of her artwork installed in various home and business settings.
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Stephanie is also a writer, director and film maker.
Stephanie’s first film (Co-Producer) THE DANCE OF SHIVA was an Academy Award Finalist, 2000 and featured Kenneth Branagh, Sam West, Sanjeev Bhasker & Paul McGann with Academy Award winning DoP Jack Cardiff (A Matter of Life and Death, The Red Shoes, Black Narcissus). She adapted, directed and produced THE TELL TALE HEART, based on Poe’s short story, with Jack Cardiff as DoP and Production Designer Peter Murton (Bond films, Lion in Winter, Dr. Strangelove) which opened The Art Institute of Chicago’s European film festival.
She wrote, directed and produced SILENCE BECOMES YOU (feature) with Alicia Silverstone and Sienna Guillory distributed in the US through First Look Media and wrote, directed and produced A MAVERICK IN LONDON, a documentary about Dan Crawford and The Kings Head Theatre, presented on Sky Arts and Channel Four featuring Joanna Lumley, Alan Rickman, Sir Tom Stoppard, Steven Berkoff, Sir Antony Sher and many others.
Stephanie was Creative and Managing Director of the Kings Head Theatre from 2005-2014 and Associate Artistic Director previously. During that time she has co-produced over 60 plays and musicals at the Kings Head and West End transfers, latterly directing & writing for theatre, including PARALLEL VISION (writer), DANCE WITH THE DEVIL (writer), & children’s musical based on The Famous Five, SMUGGLERS GOLD (co-writer and colyricist).
She adapted, produced and directed DEAR BRUTUS, which began her love affair with JM BARRIE. Barrie’s estate awarded the much coveted film rights and her subsequent screenplay, called THE SHADOW MASTER, has had two professional readings with noted British actors and received a development grant from Little Wing Films. In 2006 she adapted and directed PETER PAN, restoring Barrie’s original dark, magical myth and the world premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s brilliant lost score. Her adaptation premiered the Bernstein score in America at the 625 seat Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara. Stephanie directed THE SHADOW MASTER late summer 2008 as a unique stage to screen project, directing the screenplay fully underscored on stage at the Kings Head Theatre.
Stephanie is founder and Director of Dragonlady Films and Theatre (formerly called Dragonfly Films). She has exhibited her paintings internationally and was curator of two international exhibitions in London, AMERICAN’S ABROAD & THE LONDON EXPERIENCE. Stephanie is the author of BURNT OFFERING (poetry) and THE SHORES OF GRACE, which has been distributed to all the UK prisons through the Prism Project and the US women’s prisons through the Edgar Cayce Foundation, republished as GOD’S THEORY OF CREATIVITY.
In 2002 she was co-recipient, with Dan Crawford, of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award for the ‘contribution to the arts and pursuit of excellence’ in the field of direction for the Kings Head Theatre.
Kings Head Theatre Patrons include Sir Alan Parker CBE and Sir Tom Stoppard OM CBE, Joanna Lumley, Maureen Lipman, Don Black OBE and Victoria Wood.