Luis Manuel Campos left his native Spain and moved to New York City in 1996, where he trained as an actor at the H.B. Studio and the Stella Adler Institute. He moved to London in 2004 to work with SubVerse Theatre, a company set to investigate new writing and political theatre. Luis has performed in Spain, US and the UK, and has taught in New York, Madrid, Bilbao and London. He was one of the founding members of Pyrenean Latitude Theatre, a Brooklyn-based theatre company. As a director, Luis has directed and devised productions in New York City, where he explored the possibilities of cabaret and political vaudeville. In 2006, he was awarded an MA in Actor Training and Coaching at Central School of Speech & Drama and started his PhD research there in September 2009. His research centres round questions of subjectivity in relation to contemporary theatrical performance within the remit of epistemology, in particular how the idea of the epistemic subject is engaged with at the point of contemporary theatre practice. It also tries to investigate the possibilities of applying a mapping system to the epistemic subject in performance.