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I am a lighting designer working predominantly in theatre, opera and contemporary dance. I am based in London, but frequently work around the world.
In 2006 I won the Michael Northen Bursary Award from the Association of Lighting Designers for showing ‘exemplary talent in lighting design’ and ‘strong creative flair’ for my lighting design for Egbert in the Underworld.
This is a review of a’A Stroke of Genius’ by Politically Incorrect Theatre, performed at Cambridge Junction and at Pleasance in Islington and Edinburgh, 2009. The Show received rave 4 and 5 star reviews.
“visually striking… far from just a gimmick, light of all kinds is an important theme: towards the end it adopts an almost physical quality, as the sinister baddie Mr Product menaces the cowering Ali… It’s easy to overlook, but what enables all these visually arresting moments is the utterly flawless movement and timing. Every character and prop is positioned in exactly the right beam of light. Innovative, thought provoking and full of low-key humour, A Stroke Of Genius is what the Fringe is all about. I’ll remember it for its tricks of the light and, even more,for its perfect execution on stage.” Richard Stamp for Fringe Guru
Unfortunately I do not have production shots for all of my shows, but below are some. Click on a photo to enlarge, and you click here to see photos from specific shows.
Click to see my CV: Chloe’s CV Feb 17
Click here to see photos from specific shows