Indi McCasey believes in the transformative power of community-based arts education and is a teaching artist, non-profit program administrator, and circus performer. He founded two nationally performing physical theater ensembles: Honey and Charley of Seattle, WA and Gender Offenders of Santa Fe, NM. McCasey was also an artistic member of Wise Fool New Mexico, an award-winning social justice circus and theater company. In 2013, they co-produced and performed in the sold-out circus show Topsy-Turvy as part of the National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco.
Indi holds a masters degree in Arts in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is a Project Zero Artist in Residence and former recipient of the Endeavor Foundation for the Arts award.