Imogen grew up on the edge of Dartmoor and has long held a fascination for fantastical worlds and the imagination. She trained in acting at RADA (1996-1999) and in the Lecoq methodology of devising physical theatre at LISPA (2006-2008). She has devised and directed productions in India (Much Ado About Nothing, British Council, 2006; Ees Duniya Ki Kahani, DIKSHA, 2006), Bangladesh (PiNiK, Prachyanat Theatre, 2010; Vagina Monologues, V-Day Dhaka 2011) and London (Fora Das Correntes, TARA Arts, 2009; Iago, Arcola Theatre 2009).
This year Imogen is directing Dreamtime, her new puppetry play for 3-5 year olds in English and Bangla in February, working on The Tempest in Bangla at Shakespeare's Globe in May and directing her own version of an Indian folk story A Story and A Song at the South Bank Centre in July. She has taught text, physicality and object puppetry at schools, universities and professional institutions in the UK, Brasil, India and Bangladesh. Her special interest is in multi-lingual devised physical theatre.