Nate Gibson


Nate is a British-American designer for performance working across film, opera, theatre and dance. 

He holds an M.A. in Theatre Design from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, and has a background in performance art and sculpture, with a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Art from Alfred University, New York. His design work for opera includes Die tote Stadt with director Carmen Jakobi (Longborough Festival Opera); Sir John in Love with Harry Fehr (British Youth Opera); The Cunning Little Vixen with Olivia Fuchs (Longborough); Don Giovanni with Martin Lloyd- Evans (Clonter Opera); The Emperor of Atlantis (Loud Crowd & Bold Tendencies); Simplicius Simplicissimus with Polly Graham (Independent Opera); A Christmas Carol (Welsh National Opera); and The Marriage of Figaro with Stephen Medcalf (Clonter Opera).

In theatre, highlights include Clybourne Park with director Anthony Lau, A Bright New Boise with Ros Philips and Pomona with Tess Seddon at LAMDA.

Dance highlights include The Monocle and Murder My Sweet! With Rendez-vous Dance company.

Nate’s work in film has included production design for Mummy’s Present and assisting production designer Natasha Jenkins on the award-winning short Myrtle directed by Patricia McCormack, and the Anywhere Away from Here music video for Rag’n’Bone Man and Pink.