STATE OF FLUX was co-founded by choreographer and movement director Laura Weston and voice artist and director Sterre Maier.
Bradley Foster is a current Associate Artist of the company.
As a performer, Laura has worked with choreographers Sarah Michaelson (New York), Athina Vahla (UK), Thomas Hauert (Belgium) touring nationally and internationally. As a choreographer and movement director she created Choir #1 and (don't) touch me (2018), made work for Grimms Fairytales 2016 (Guildford Shakespeare Company), The Local Stigmatic (Heathcote Williams directed by Michael Toumey), Romeo and Juliet (Verona 2016 with Lindsay Kemp and Jaq Bessell) and she regularly teaches at the Guildford School of Acting, Rose Bruford and Mountview.
Sterre performed most recently with Filament Theatre in Earth Makes No Sound (2018), with Fevered Sleep in Sheep Pig Goat (2017), and in As You Like It at the National Theatre (2016). She worked as a director in South Korea, Romania and Bulgaria, as a voice coach for several UK theatre companies and taught at many drama schools including the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Chung Ang University in Seoul and Guildford School of Acting. She currently works as a freelance voice artist and is a senior voice tutor at Mountview.
As an Associate Artist of State of Flux, Brad has collaborated on the Duchess of Malfi (Bulgaria) and the current Shakespeare’s Sonnets project. He recently graduated from the Guildford School of Acting and professional theatre credits include; Royal Opera House (Lessons in Love and Violence) directed by Katie Mitchell, National Theatre/Headlong (Common), New Wolsey Theatre (Frequently Asked Questions) and The Spark Arts in Leicester as well as freelancing as a voice-over artist. Movement Direction includes The Circle at The Cockpit Theatre. Prior to training Bradley was a member of the Curve Young Company and National Youth Theatre.