Tune into the hilarious banter of colleagues and best friends Rah Petherbridge and George Alexander Thompson. The duo met under wild circumstances in London in 2007 and have been supporting and networking as artists since. They chat candidly about their day to day life creating art work and working in the creative industries.
Irish artist Rah Petherbridge has risen to popularity in her industry as a photographer and fine art painter combination. Offering the ability to create theatrical and classical scenery and then to photograph these creations with her dramatic lighting style.
Based in the UK, her photography has appeared in The Guardian, Stylist and Time out, among many others. Her scenic design and painting not only includes bespoke backdrops present in her portraiture but her painting has appeared on TV and theatre, in several BBC, ITV & Channel 4 Productions and numerous theatre and fringe productions. Rah has worked on well-known shows such as Alice's Adventures Underground, The Diary of Adrian Mole and Shitfaced Shakespeare.
Her collaborative union with the National Trust has provided a rich historical archive in her body of work. Inspired by the history of art, she has polished her master painting skills with acclaimed scenic James Rowse.
Also under her belt is a long-standing relationship with progressive UK theatre companies Les Enfants Terribles, The Vaults in Waterloo, Shotgun Carousel and Magnificent Bastard.