Born in Paris in 1964, Jérôme studied Scenography at L’Ecole de la Rue Blanche. On graduating in 1987 he designed the costumes for three operas staged by Ariel Garcia Valdès: The Barber of Seville, Don Quixote, Montezuma and two works, Fludde Noye’s and Journal d’un usager de l’espace, staged by Charlotte Nessi and produced by the Bastille Opera.
Enjoy these production photographs from Northern Ballet's production of David Nixon's Ondine. The photos were taken by former Northern Ballet dancer Martin Bell at West Yorkshire Playhouse in September 2012.
Northern Ballet Soloist, Dreda Blow, rehearsing a solo from David Nixon's Ondine. Here she plays the role of Beatrice, a warrior woman who must vie with the water-sprite Ondine for Brand's affection.
Soloist Dreda Blow dancing the role of Beatrice for David Nixon's Ondine in the rehearsal studios. If you can't see the video you can watch it here.