Stella is a Theatre Designer and Artist based in London. She has an MA in Theatre Design from Wimbledon College of Art. The course was taught by Michael Pavelka
She enjoys working in a variety of mediums including drawing, film-making, projection and puppetry. She believes that this eclectic mix brings stories to life and enables a deeper understanding of the world around us.
Designs for Theatre and Film
Belong (Clean Break Theatre); Hippity Hop (Oily Cart); The Loneliness Project (Clean Break Theatre); Rice Paper Tales (Trikhon Theatre); The Thief (Synergy Theatre); The Nightingale and The Rose (Street Wise Opera and Stink Productions); Out of The Darkness (Coronet Cinema Notting Hill Gate)
Assistant Theatre and Performance Design
Rae Smith (Translations – National Theatre), Miriam Nabarro (The Little Prince – Stratford Circus Arts Centre), Rajha Shakiry (The Promise – Spare Tyre), Michael Pavelka (Manchester Parade Day – Walk the Plank), Katrina Lindsay (See Me Now – Young Vic)
Hippity Hop was a multisensory touring musical that used smell,touch, sound and puppetry to make an inclusive show for young children and those who are labelled as having complexe needs.
I developed Marcello Chiarenza’s preliminary designs and collaborated with artist Carleen De Sozer to create an immersive inner-city landscape adorned with graffiti and street art.
Carleen De Sozer
Katherine Vernez Gray Oli 'Solocypher' Polidore Perrins and Kadialy Kouyate