JHM was set up in 1995 by me and my husband, the UK opera
director and writer Wilf Judd.
It's an umbrella under which theatre, music and multimedia
work arising out of our shared artistic values is conceived
A JHM project involves work by one or other, or both, of
us working in partnership.
Projects range from a script or an event to full-scale theatre,
music, and interactive multimedia productions and co-productions.
We've also designed and built two contrasting workspaces.
The JHM concept was inspired by the work of the Motley design
team which revolutionised design and artistic relationships
in British theatre in the 1930s, and whose members continued
to apply its collaborative philosophy to their individual
work in London and Paris, on Broadway and in Hollywood after
the Second World War.
Since its foundation JHM has set up professional, creative
partnerships nationally and internationally and JHM works
have been seen on stage in the UK, US and Australia.
In 2014 we were invited by Crimson Cats
Audiobooks to make an unabridged version of my memoir The
House on an Irish Hillside, read by myself and with
extracts from traditional Irish tunes and his own compositions
played by Wilf.