Welsh Lighting Designer Charlie has lit theatre and opera in the UK and Internationally.
Charlie was nominated for the 2014 and 2016 BroadwayWorld Award and the 2017 WhatsOnStage Award for Best Lighting Design.
Opera includes: Tristan I Izolda (Polish National Opera); Aida, Fidelio (Dorset Opera); The Marriage Of Figaro, The Beggar's Opera, Savitri, Riders to the Sea, L'Enfant et les Sortilèges, Venus and Adonis, Actéon, Dialogues Des Carmelites (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire); Street Scene (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); Dubai - Rostov - New York (National Opera Studio); Why Does The Queen Die? (Guildhall).
Theatre includes: Derren Brown - Underground, Cool Rider, The Blues Brothers, Dracula (West End); The Producers (International Tour), Avenue Q, Gobsmacked, Seussical, James and the Giant Peach (UK and International); Little Shop Of Horrors, Jekyll and Hyde, Kidnapped (UK Tour); 3am (Curve, Leicester); Macbeth (Theatre Severn); Earthquakes in London, Loveplay, There Is A War, Short Life of Trouble/Red Cross/Icarus's Mother (ArtsEd); A Little Night Music (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire); The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre).
Immersive Theatre includes: An Alien Encounter, The Rainforest at Christmas (Eden Project); Inside Pussy Riot, Capture The Future, The Time Portal, The Golden Needle (Les Enfants Terribles); Goosebumps Alive (The Vaults).