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Rosanna has trained with Intimacy Director’s & Coordinators (IDC) in New York under the tutelage of Claire Warden and Marcus Watson.

She has also trained extensively to diploma level with Theatrical Intimacy Education (TIE) and attended workshops with Intimacy Coordinators of Color (ICOC).

Since 2021 Rosanna has completed over 300 hours of live training and workshops. 


In 2023 Rosanna was accepted onto the first cohort of the Professional Intimacy Guidance Scheme through BECTU designed for working intimacy coordinators. This included guidance sessions with Lucy Fennell (All of Us Strangers, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, True Detective) over a period of 6 months, as well as cpd & networking sessions. 


Rosanna is committed to staying up to date with developments in the field, looking for opportunities to enhance practice. She is currently a member of the BECTU IC working group exploring guidance for IC’s working with under 18’s.



In addition to intimacy choreography training through IDC, Rosanna has trained in dance artistry, choreography and notation (Laban & Bartenieff), as well as movement workshops through RADA and Creative Re:work in London.


Rosanna is a certified embodiment teacher with in-depth understanding of somatics, which supports her work with the body and actors in performance.



Prior to IC existing as a role, Rosanna worked for 8 years as full-time crew on projects across production and costume (The Duchess, The Edge of Love, Bright Star), logging thousands of hours on set. This has provided a strong foundation in the creative, practical and collaborative elements of filmmaking.



As an experienced psychotherapist |MBACP(Accred), UKCP| with a background in safeguarding, Rosanna is adept at exploring consent and advocacy with actors, supporting crew dynamics and communication. Whilst maintaining boundaries between her IC and therapeutic work, she offers a robust understanding of trauma informed approaches, risk assessment and working with sensitive material. She trained with the University of East London and the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, achieving an MA with Distinction. 

She operates under an ethical code of conduct, which extends to her IC practice.


In line with BECTU and SAG-AFTRA recommendations for intimacy coordinators, Rosanna holds the following:

  • Creative industries safety passport 

  • Youth mental health first aid certificate (MHFA England)

  • Adult mental health first aid certificate (MHFA England)

  • Bystander approaches (Right to Be)

  • First Aid for the Office and Studio 

  • Safe Sets International Certification

  • Enhanced (and standard) DBS check

  • Safeguarding training

  • Equity, Diversity & Inclusion for the screen industries (Screenskills)

  • Anti-harassment training

  • Conflict de-escalation training 

  • PART certificate for IC’s working with under 18’s (PART)

  • UK Passport & full driving licence 

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