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Video Designs include: No Way Back (Frantic Assembly); Man To Man (Wales Millennium Centre, Edinburgh Fringe); Smile (Sadler’s Wells); The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (Chichester Festival Theatre/Tour); The Impresario, Le Rossignol (Santa Fe Opera); Peter Grimes (Grange Park Opera); Pressure, Union (Lyceum Theatre); Sane New World (Ruby Wax Tour); Fanciulla Del West, Joshua (Opera North); Coriolanus (Donmar); From Morning To Midnight (National Theatre); Relative Values
Alastair graduated from Bretton Hall in 2004 with a degree in Performance Design and Production, having specialised in lighting design.
Ali is from Somerset and studied Fine Art at Newcastle University. Her work has extended over a wide variety of areas including carnival, sculpture, pantomime, opera, ballet and outdoor theatre projects. Her work in carnival has taken her to Trinidad and Brooklyn and she has designed for theatre in Berlin, Moscow and Singapore.
Tim Mitchell
Tim has previously lit Hamlet and Dracula for Northern Ballet and other dance and opera credits include Die Fledermaus (WNO); Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Elektra (Mariinsky Theatr, Russiae); Ariadne Auf Naxos (Boston); The Marriage of Figaro, Requiem Ballet, Don Giovanni (Kammeroper); Carmen Negra (Icelandic Opera); The Snowman (Korea/Sadler’s Wells/Tour) and The Lady and The Fool (BRB).
Nina Dunn
After starting her professional life in the fields of motion graphic design for film and broadcast, Nina now specialises in integrated projection design and content production for Theatre and Live Events. Recently, she designed projections for Die Frau Ohne Schatten at the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, which received 4 stars from the Financial Times and which, in addition to repertory performances, will be touring to Ljubiana, Tokyo and Edinburgh over the next twelve months. A DVD of the show is due to be released on the Mariinsky label within the next few months.
Claude-Michel Schönberg
Born in 1944 of Hungarians parents, Claude-Michel began his career in France as a singer, writer and producer of pop songs.
Ballet designs include: La Sylphide, The Sleeping Beauty, Tales of Beatrix Potter, Sylvia, Cinderella (Royal Ballet); Aladdin (Houston Ballet); Sylvia, Aladdin, Giselle, The Lady and The Fool, Cyrano, The Sleeping Beauty, Far from the Madding Crowd, The Protecting Veil, Beauty and the Beast, The Seasons, Powder, Dante Sonata, Enigma Variations (Birmingham Royal Ballet); Sylvia (Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires; Mariins
Christopher Giles
Christopher’s previous work includes: Wild Geese (Taiyuan Dance Troupe, Beijing & touring), The Architect (Northern Ballet), No Man’s Land (short film), The Damnation of Faust (Deutsche Oper Berlin), Rags (Guildhall School of Music & Drama), Darling of the Day (Union Theatre London), Babes in Arms (ArtsEd), Enter (Talawa Youth Theatre), Singin’ in the Rain (ArtsEd), Lysistrata (Rose Theatre London), Bells are Ringing (Union Theatre London), Leonce und Lena (Grands Ballets Can
Charles has worked in the UK and internationally designing opera, ballet, drama, musicals and pantomime. He designed the European Premières of Sondheim’s Follies and Pacific Overtures.
Patricia has worked extensively with Northern Ballet, beginning as drama consultant and acting coach on Christopher Gable’s Dracula, continuing with him and Michael Pink on Giselle and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.  She then directed Northern Ballet’s Carmen and A Streetcar Named Desire, both choreographed by Didy Veldman.


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