Maeve is a director and writer whose work emphasises musical innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration. She creates work that responds to issues of climate and revisits the canon with a feminist lens. She worked as a resident Assistant Director at The Abbey Theatre in 2012 before becoming the first Associate Director with Pan Pan Theatre Company. She lectures in Trinity College Drama and Theatre Department and is a researcher for the university wide The Art of the Megacity module which begins in 2019. In film Maeve was awarded Screen Ireland’s position as shadow director October 2018 on Wildfire on upcoming debut from Cathy Brady. She is currently in post-production with her first short film The House Fell and pre-production for her next, The Last Dance. In theatre she is currently collaborating on an interdisciplinary work called Bodies of Water with Eoghan Carrick and visual artist Jonah King for production September 2019. Most recently she made UNWOMAN Part III , with radical feminist theatre company THE RABBLE (Australia), The Mouth of a Shark – a song cycle about migration – with Change of Address and THE SHITSTORM: a sequel to The Tempest, Abbey Theatre-Fringe Co-Production which debuted as part of Dublin Fringe at The Peacock September 2017. She unwittingly named a social movement #WakingTheFeminists in 2015 that has led to a systematic review of policy in theatre throughout Ireland. The same year she co-founded Change of Address Collective with Moira Brady-Averill and Oonagh Murphy. The collective works to connect artists and refugees in projects that are inclusive and transgressive.