With a degree from Goldsmiths University, I had been working as a costume designer and artist internationally for a few years before doing a masters at Wimbledon to widen my skill set and work as a set and costume designer. I graduated from Wimbledon in 2018 with a master in theatre design. Now, more than ever before, after everything that has happened in recent months, I’m interested in carving out a varied career that allows me flexibility and work in a variety of disciplines and industries, which seems to be the hardest goal to aspire towards. I want to be at the pulse of time and be part of change. So, while I love doing a 150 years old opera in an opera house, I also love getting involved in immersive, site specific or devised projects and work as an equal collaborator and as part of a team of crazy creatives. If this speaks to you, do please get in touch.
Enron by Lucy Pebble
Set and Costume Design
Lawrence Hall, Ealing, London
London College of Music
Featuring an original score by London College of Music composition students, Enron (Lucy Prebble) follows a group of flawed men and women in a narrative of greed and loss set around the 1990s financial chaos. The play mixes classical tragedy with savage comedy and surreal metaphor. Performed by the LCM final year BA Acting students and directed by Paul Harvard.