As a set designer and scenic artist I’ve worked on shows in London theatres, at fringe venues and on touring shows. I’ve also worked on youth arts shows using a combination of digital projections and physical sets. Work has included construction, paint finishes and textures, graphic devices, logos, signwriting, painted cycloramas and backcloths.
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Stage painting at The Albany Theatre, Deptford
'Sold on Song' logo painted on stage for BBC event
'Connexions' logo painted on stage for conference event
'Fetish' painted on stage for club night
'The Days Lengthen by One Hour and Thirty-One Minutes'
by Eric-Anthony Dumas
Tristan Bates Theatre at The Actors Centre, London, directed by Stephane Cornicard. Set: the living room of an apartment being renovated in a European city. Included set design, scenic painting and a mural feature.
'The Master's Boy' by Phil Willmott
Oval House Theatre, London, directed by Sean Duffy. Set: a bus garage interior in London during the 1926 General Strike. Included set design, scenic painting and signwriting.
'Great space, the whole experience was great. The set was brilliant, the feel of it was great.' LBC Radio
'The space is definitely the fourth character.' Phil Willmott
Big Deal project with Studio 3 Arts
Visual arts facilitator for three summers on ‘Big Deal’, a participatory theatre project with young people in Barking & Dagenham.
'Romeo and Juliet'
Photographic projections created with young people, as digital set designs for a touring youth arts production of Romeo and Juliet. Performed at Broadway Theatre Barking, The Vibe Arts Centre, and Stratford Circus Theatre.
'Wat U Lookin At?'
Devised youth arts show performed at the Broadway Theatre, Barking. Set included digital projections, and design, construction and scenic painting of urban car park elements.
Devised youth arts show performed at the Broadway Theatre, Barking. Set included design, construction and signwriting of a bus stop and an incident board.