Oliver Rosser is a New Zealand-born Graphic Designer, Photographer and Creative Producer working in the London arts industry. As Graphic Designer/Photographer he has worked with many leading arts organisations across the UK, the US and NZ; has held photo shoots most recently with Uzo Aduba (Orange is the New Black), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) and Gemma Chan (Humans); and has created promotional content for Sony Playstation, McDonalds, Schwarzkopf and Roadshow Entertainment. As a Theatrical Producer, Oliver independently produced A Midsummer Night's Dream (2008), Twelfth Night (2009) and Measure for Measure (2010), before going on to run the Auckland Summer Shakespeare with seasons of Richard III (2011), Much Ado About Nothing (2012) and King Lear (2013) – the latter directed by Royal Shakespeare Co. alumna Lisa Harrow. Oliver served as Artistic Assistant to NZ Opera in 2012, and from 2013 worked in-house with Auckland Live (previously THE EDGE) as a Graphic Designer, playing a key role in their rebrand. In 2014, Oliver toured with The Generation of Z - an immersive zombie show - to Edinburgh Fringe, he having co-produced Apocalypse Z (2013), No Holds Bard (2013) and Zombie: Red Zone (2014) with the same company. He moved to London off the back of its success and helped mount a large-scale version of the production - titled The Generation of Z: Apocalypse - in London's East End. Oliver returned to Edinburgh in July 2015 as the Digital Marketing Coordinator for Assembly Festival - staying on with the team for Brighton Comedy Festival - and currently manages Assembly's digital content and communications. 2016 has so far seen Oliver producing creative for The Homecoming (Trafalgar Studios), The Maids (Trafalgar Studios), Dr Faustus (Duke of York's Theatre), RAZ (Trafalgar Studios), Barbu (London Wonderground), The Raunch (London Wonderground) and The Spoils (Trafalgar Studios).