Designer and Art Director Jacob Corn is a founding member of Immer-City, specialising in site specific promenade theatre, formed when 2013 awarded grant and premises by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's Intransit festival.

Achieving Distinction in Art & Design and Graduating from Nottingham Trent in 2003 with an Honours degree in Theatre Design, Jacob was recruited by Games Workshop, planning digital technology roadshow appearances and designing showstands for presentations at E3 amongst other technology fairs.

Experience found working within production houses and assisting designers quickly led to work as production designer and storyboard artist for both performance and film.

Recent designs include Listening by Nellie McQuinn and Grass Roots Media, premiering at the Tristan Bates Theatre at the 2013 Camden Fringe, WYRD, for Immer-City at Babel Studios before C Nova for the 2013 Edinburgh Festival, Trailer Trash by Mike Elliston for the Unrestricted View, Thinking it and Fainting at the Pleasance Theatre for the London Suspense Festival, The Day Shall Declare It both at The Bush Theatre and Marylebone Gardens for Theatre Delicatessen and an ongoing involvement with the Goat's Theatre Company's - Play the Goat revue.

Working currently as International Touring Company Manager for the Little Angel Theatre's - Handa's Surprise- Jacob keeps a sketchbook of ideas and inspirations triggered by all the incredibly talented people he has the pleasure of meeting on a daily basis.

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