Jamie Platt

Jamie Platt

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Jamie Platt | Lighting Designer 

Jamie trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and has been nominated for two Off West End Awards, in 2016 & 2015. In 2013 he was the winner of the Association of Lighting Designers’ ETC Award and the Philip & Christine Carne Prize.

Lighting designs include: Jellyfish (Bush Theatre); Yous Two (Hampstead Theatre); Le Grand Mort (Trafalgar Studios); Alkaline (Park Theatre); To Dream Again (Theatr Clwyd & Polka Theatre); The Moor, Where Do Little Birds Go? (Old Red Lion Theatre); Checkpoint Chana, Quaint Honour, P’yongyang, We Know Where You Live, Chicken Dust (Finborough Theatre); Beast, Klippies (Southwark Playhouse); Vincent River (Hope Mill Theatre); Pattern Recognition (Platform Theatre & World Tour); Reared, Screwed, Grey Man (Theatre 503); The Trap (Omnibus Theatre); The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Embassy Theatre); Snow White, He Shoots! He Scores!, B*tches Ahoy!, Beauty on the Piste (Above The Stag); The Act (Yard Theatre); Constellations (Théâtre Municipal de Fontainebleau); YOU, Mr. Incredible (The Vaults); House of America (Jack Studio Theatre); And Now: The World! (Derby Theatre & UK Tour); Make/Believe (V&A Museum); Ring The Changes+ (Southbank Centre & UK tour); Mahmud íle Yezida, BOY, Misbehaving, The Intruder, Bald Prima Donna, The Red Helicopter (Arcola Theatre); Closer to Heaven (Union Theatre); My Land’s Shore (Theatr Soar); The Marriage of Figaro (UK Tour); Romeo & Juliet (Pleasance Theatre); MICROmegas (Riverside Studios).

Associate lighting designs include: Ink (West End) for Neil Austin; The Measures Taken, All That Is Solid Melts Into Air (Royal Opera House & World Tour), The Grit in the Oyster (Sadler’s Wells & World Tour), Depart (UK Tour), Our Big Land (New Wolsey Theatre & UK Tour) all for Lee Curran; Machinal (Almeida Theatre), Circle, Mirror, Transformation (HOME) both for Jack Knowles.

Assistant lighting designs include: Imogen (Shakespeare’s Globe), BLAM! (Peacock Theatre) both for Lee Curran; Miss Atomic Bomb (St. James Theatre) for Tim Deiling.