Introducing our team of Loughborough alumni, who each strive to capture and communicate black joy in their practices and media.

Esther-Rennae Walker

Creative Producer

Esther Rennae Walker is a storyteller and emerging creative producer from London, committed to exposing the unheard stories that sweep the streets of London and beyond. 

During her training at Loughborough University for a BA Hons degree in Drama with English, Esther Rennae began her creative journey through filmmaking and writing for screen; inspired to create stories where she could see herself and her community honestly and imaginatively represented. 

Her most recent written work includes 56 Black Men (2020) and Places of Me (2021). The Narratives of Empathy and Resilience programme (2021) at Half Moon Theatre will be her first credit as a producer in theatre. 

Reece Ferreira

Technical Producer

Reece has always had a love for music, and began creating music from the age of 12, developing his skills in the art of writing, production, sound engineering. Reece recently graduated from Loughborough University, and now works with young people, as well as continuing to foster his love for and proficiency in sound and music.

Vuyo Ngwenya

Graphic Designer

Vuyo is a photographer and graphic designer who, during his time at Loughborough University, became the media rep for the ACS. Since completing education, Vuyo focuses mainly on his freelance practice with a heavy focus on photography. Credits include: NikexLondon, Grade A Productions, Faces Magazine

This project is supported by LU Arts, the arts programme at Loughborough University.