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I take pride in creating collaborative Designs that engages an audience 


Born in Northern Ireland Colin has designed for over 75 productions including those at the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Welsh National Opera,  The Royal Opera House,  Opera North,  Sheffield Crucible, Manchester Royal Exchange,  The National theatre of Scotland,  Chichester Festival Theatre and Headlong Theatre Company.

Colin trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and subsequently on the design trainee scheme at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He was a finalist of the UK Linbury Prize for Theatre design in 2003. At the Royal Welsh College Colin was the recipient of Lord William Prize two year consecutively in 2002 and 2003. He was the original assistant designer on the Russell T Davies reboot of DOCTOR WHO for the BBC in 2004

Creative Work

Colin assisted theatre designers Bob Crowley,  Katrina Lindsay and Tom Piper.

Colin has designed productions of Wendy and Peter Pan (2013 and 2015 revival), Titus Andronicus (2013) Breakfast with Mugabe, directed by Antony Sher (2005) all for the Royal Shakespeare Company.  In the West End productions include, Beautiful Thing (2013),  Bad Girls the Musical (2007),  Entertaining Mr Sloane starring Imelda Staunton (2009), 

Other works includes, Restoration (2005) Headlong Theatre Company directed by Rupert Goold, Animal Farm (2008) West Yorkshire Playhouse,  Sweeney Todd (2015) Welsh National Opera,   and Kiss Me Kate (2015) Opera North. 


In 2014 Colin was made a companion of the Liverpool Institute of Performing arts.  

His production of Twelfth Night received the UK Theatre Award for best touring Production.


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  • On space

    The space then becomes more of a psychological battleground

    It's also important in a play like this that the actors feel completely comfortable in the space. That everything they see and touch has relevance and historical value and has finish that is as real as can be. It's should feel filmic in its final state.

  • on process


    Every moment is a opportunity to observe. Theatre should reflect our life and the more we are connected to the environment we live. The more it speaks to an audience

  • on collaboration

    Work is only as good as the team who supports you

    The people I collaborate with continually inspire me to find new ideas and to challenge the way I think

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