Ben Stringer is one of NIDA Corporate’s core tutors, training business professionals in physical presence and communication skills in both the public and private sectors.
A graduate of NIDA, his areas of expertise include voice, physical theatre, movement, stage fighting and martial arts. Ben also holds a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and a Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) from Victoria University.
He has appeared as a stunt and motion capture artist in a number of computer games, including Constantine starring Keanu Reeves, Conflict 4, Juiced and Stalker. His theatre credits include Plough and The Stars, Antigone, Stags and Hens, Ice-cream, Spinning into Butter and As You Like It. Ben’s complex understanding of the human body combined with his actor training makes him an insightful communication coach, and invaluable member of NIDA Corporate.
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