Sound Design includes:
The Captain of Köpenick (National Theatre); The Unexpected Man (West End/Broadway; Drama Desk nomination 2001), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Seagull, Victoria, The Rivals, Romeo and Juliet, Beauty and the Beast, the Roundhouse season of late Shakespeare plays (RSC); Fortune’s Fool (The Old Vic); The Night Before Christmas (Soho Theatre); Sherlock’s Last Case (Watermill Theatre); Queen of the Nile (Hull Truck); Sherlock Holmes: The Best Kept Secret (National Tour); Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Rep); Rum and Coca-Cola (Talawa Theatre); The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Shared Experience); The History Boys (Theatre Royal Bath/UK tour); Dracula, To Kill a Mockingbird (Centreline Productions); Mission to Mars (Unlimited Theatre/Polka); Shang-A-Lang, Hijra (Bush Theatre); Our Country’s Good (Out of Joint); Goliath (Sphinx Theatre Company); Road (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Wind in the Willows, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, King Lear, The Go-Between, Yerma, The Deep Blue Sea, Dial M for Murder, Life is a Dream (TMA Award 1992; West Yorkshire Playhouse); Touched, Faith Healer, Restoration, Tibetan Inroads (Royal Court); You Never Can Tell, Travelling North, The Wild Duck, The Ice Chimney and Summer with Monika (Lyric Hammersmith).
In the West End:
‘Art’ (also Broadway/Worldwide), The King’s Speech (Wyndham’s); The Madness of George III (Apollo); The Hound of the Baskervilles (Duchess); The Postman Always Rings Twice (Playhouse); Dangerous Corner, The Solid Gold Cadillac (Garrick); Ying Tong (Ambassadors); Pretending to Be Me, The Pope and the Witch (Comedy); Brand (Haymarket); Shockheaded Peter (Piccadilly/Off-Broadway); Doctor Faustus (Fortune Theatre) and The 39 Steps (Criterion Theatre/UK Tours; eight international award nominations including Olivier Award 2007; winner of the first ever Tony Award for Sound Design for the Broadway production 2008).
Video Design includes:
Der Ring Des Nibelungen (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden) and Steptoe and Son (Kneehigh).