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Award winning independent Video & Projection Designer Nina Dunn uses light technologies to augment narratives and environments. Her work is predominantly in Theatre where she prides herself on bridging scenic, narrative and lighting disciplines using the infinitely flexible medium of integrated live video. She is the UK’s most prominent female video designer and holds the post of joint head of Video and Digital Design lecturer at RADA.
Over the past ten years, she has created work for ATG, The RSC, The National Theatre, ENO, Cameron Mackintosh, The Royal Opera House, Bill Kenwright, Edinburgh International Festival and Durham Lumiere among many others both in the UK and internationally.
Other areas of practice include Live Events, Museums and Public Art.
Nina works alongside a team of expert content creators, specialist producers and programmers that are hand-picked according to the needs of each project. Her approach is designed to be highly scalable so as to provide for shows ranging from the large scale, high profile commercial touring show to the smaller theatrical workshop as reflected in the wide range of projects showcased here. The studio is based in the heart of Brighton, UK – an easy hop from Gatwick or London.
Recently opened / completed:
Hamlet – The Young Vic
She Described It To Death, Royal Opera House
..and more exciting projects that I can’t yet talk about – watch this space!
Nina is represented as a designer by Mark Price at Amanda Howard Associates. Please use the menu and links above to explore the work further or get in touch: