Looking under the hood Video Design for Bonnie & Clyde – Projection for a runaway success.
Case Study: Haydn’s Creation with Academy of Ancient Music at the Barbican Centre #ConcertVisuals #ClassicalCollaboration
Nina Dunn has designed the video for The Shark Is Broken, now running in the West End. We were overwhelmed by lovely mentions in the press that we have gathered a few here and let you in to some secrets in the making of th design!
Illuminations at St Martin-in-theFields, London March 2021 The team at Nina Dunn Studio have been commissioned to design visuals to accompany a new performance of Handel’s Messiah by the Academy […]
The CBeebies Christmas show for 2019 was Hansel and Gretel, directed and co-written by Jon Spooner with designs by Rhys Jarman, lighting by Colin Grenfell and Video designed by Nina […]
“The Box of Delights” has opened at Wilton’s Music Hall. This new adaptation for stage, written by Piers Torday and directed by Justin Audibert calls for every theatrical trick in […]
The central character, Minnie (Rona Morison) is an aspiring comic book illustrator and her drawings suffuse the play, realised here with the use of projections. Nina and her team animated, embellished and supplemented Glöckner’s within the video design. Video also teamed up with lighting on numerous occasions.
Its’ been a while but here is a little taster reel showing selection of the studio’s work using video in Live Events and Environments. If you want to find out […]
Painting with light – The Seven Acts of Mercy, RSC Anders Lustgarten’s newest play has seen its world premiere in the Swan Theatre in Stratford. The commission – part of the Shakespeare […]
Nina spent a week working with Wexford Festival Opera as a Projection Design Consultant on their season’s opening show, Koanga, directed by Michael Gieleta, conducted by Stephen Barlow and designed by […]