Set and Costume Designer
Richard works both in the UK and internationally designing drama, musical theatre, opera and dance. His designs have been nominated for the Broadway World Awards (Addams Family, 2014) and the Off West End Awards (Merchant Of Venice, 2013), whilst he was Shortlisted for the Old Vic 12 in 2015. Richard is the Associate Designer of New English Opera.
Recent Theatre credits include: Shaw Goes Wild (Susie Sainsbury Theatre); Aladdin (Broadway Theatre, Catford); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Assembly Theatre, Edinburgh); Guess How Much I Love You (West End, UK and Worldwide Tour); Art and Outside Mullingar (Vienna’s English Theatre); The Snow Queen, A Christmas Carol, Love Song and Little Red and The Wolf (Dundee Rep); Seussical (West End and International Tour); A Night To Remember, Come Hell Or High Water, One More Sleep ’Til Christmas and The Rifles (Citizens Theatre); Into The Woods, 9to5, Urinetown, Addams Family and Spring Awakening (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); 12 Days of Christmas and 12:1 (Chickenshed); The Girl Who (Noisemaker and RCS); The Seagull (York Theatre Royal); Stoat Hall and St Finnigan’s Elbow (Eastern Angles); The Merchant Of Venice (Lazarus, Jack Studio); The History Boys and The Hound Of The Baskervilles (Greenwich Theatre).
UK National Tour credits include: Elmer (UK Tour 2019); Look Up (Hikapee Theatre, UK Tour 2018) Bring On The Bollywood (2017), A Streetcar Named Desire (2017), Avenue Q (2014-2016), Democracy (2016), Spectretown (2015), Jekyll and Hyde (2015), Kidnapped (2014), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2013), The Man Who Had All The Luck (2012) and Lord Of The Flies (2012).
Opera and Dance credits include: Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel (High Time Opera / Coventry Belgrade); Sharing Stages (Chickenshed); 125 (Groundswell); and VITA (InBetween).
Film and TV credits include: As Production Buyer - Bill (BBC Films / Horrible Histories); Moving On (BBC One); Justice (BBC One); AMINA (African Film Tour); and More Than Words (BBC One). As Art Director - Make A Musical (BBC Two, BAFTA nominated); Windscreen Wimps/1930’s Car Design (Riverside Museum).