Beckie started her career in classical ballet, training professionally until an injury forced a change of course at the age of 19. She went on to complete a degree in Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins where she became interested in public art and its potential to foster connections between people and place. After working in producer roles at online arts and culture magazine, Crane.tv, and theatre festival, LIFT she joined Jason Bruges Studio where she now leads the business development and marketing strategy.
Jason Bruges Studio is a dynamic, multidisciplinary art and design practice based in London. Established in 2002, the Studio is internationally renowned as a pioneer of the hybrid space between art, architecture, and technology. Intervening in the urban environment, the Studio produces luminous experiences and kinetic installations that weave a sense of magic into the fabric of a place. Some of the Studio’s most celebrated work includes The Constant Gardeners which saw robots craft representations of human movement into a huge, gravel bed during the Tokyo Olympics and Digital Phyllotaxy, a giant, tree-like media canopy for Hankook Tire’s Technoplex in Seoul.