A commission by the English National Opera to design the projections for a production of Handel’s magnificent Opera, Rodelinda. Designed by Jeremy Herbert and Directed by Richard Jones. I also produced the publicity image of the tattoo, which became a recurring motif … Continue reading Rodelinda – Richard Jones
Video design, videography and photography for Director Fiona Shaw’s production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, ENO, London Coliseum. Returning in October 2014. Production Credits and details Humane, intelligent and buzzing with energy, Fiona Shaw’s new production of Mozart’s comedy – … Continue reading Fiona Shaw’s Marriage of Figaro
Video design for Sheridan’s play, staged at the Barbican and Holland. Directed the magnificent Deborah Warner, my projections were combined with Christopher Shuut’s sound design to rattle the audience between scenes. Georgian ‘shock and awe’. Great fun. Jeremy Herbert conquered the vast … Continue reading Deborah Warner School for Scandal
Video Design for director Joe Hill-Gibbons’, production of Tennessee Williams’ classic play. I mimicked the light reflections from a beautiful [real] mirror ball using projectors. This enabled me to create a beautiful transitions where mirror ball’s lights slowly shrank down into the confines of Laura’s table of Glass trinkets. Simple, but effective. Which we like. An outstanding show, with an excellent production team. Jeremy Herbert’s design was extraordinary. He made that show what it was. Creative team Direction Joe Hill-Gibbins Design Jeremy Herbert Costume Laura Hopkins Music Dario Marianelli Light James Farncombe Sound Mike Walker Choreography Arthur Pita Video Creation Steve Williams Continue reading Glass Menagerie Young Vic
- Video design for Director Ian Rickson’s production of Parlour Song. Designed by Jeremy Herbert, featuring Toby Jones & Andrew Lincoln.
“…a black, hilarious exploration of deceit, paranoia and murderous desire, as the spirit of the the Blues lands in leafy suburbia.”
Jez Butterworth’s plays include Jerusalem, the award-winning Mojo, The Night Heron and The Winterling which all premiered at the Royal Court Theatre. Long time collaborator and former Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre Ian Rickson directed.
Man and Boy: Dada is an opera by Michael Nyman It told the story of a friendship between aging dada artist Kurt Schwitters and a twelve-year-old boy. Produced by the Almeida Opera. Production design by Jeremy Herbert. Video design by Steven Williams. Directed by Lindsay Posner at Almeida Theatre. Micheal is a QPR fan, so he can do no wrong. It has all been beautifully staged by Lindsay Posner, with designs by Jeremy Herbert [and Steve Williams] making virtuoso use of video projections Guardian Review Continue reading Michael Nyman Opera
Following the world-wide success of The Mystery of Charles Dickens (West End/Broadway) and hot on the heels of his sell-out hit Dr Marigold & Mr Chops, Callow joins forces with Jonathan Bate, pre-eminent Shakespeare biographer and editor of theRoyal Shakespeare Company‘s Shakespeare: The Complete Works, to fill the stage with Shakespeare ‘s real and imagined worlds. Production: Ambassador Theatre Group Director Tom Cairns Design: Jeremy Herbert Video Design & Animation: Steven Williams Continue reading Simon Callow The Man From Stratford