Brendan is a theatrical and concert lighting designer who has worked throughout New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and South America. In 2013 he was touted by New York based Live Design Magazine as a ‘young designer to watch’.
Brendan’s previous Court Theatre credits include Anything Goes; Saving Grace; Glorious; The Seagull; Don’t Mention Casablanca; Cabaret; Carry on Court; Side by Side by Sondheim; Much Ado About Nothing; Hansel and Gretel; Shepherd; and That Bloody Woman for both The Court and Auckland Theatre Company.
His other theatre credits include All Together Now (Isaac Theatre Royal); The History Boys (Maidment Theatre); Avenue Q (Fortune Theatre); I didn’t always live here (The Finborough Theatre, London); Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (Kings Head Theatre, London); Assembly Gala (Edinburgh Festival).
Other credits include: Paloma Faiths’ Symphonic Grace (Barbican Concert Hall, London); The Bootleg Beatles (Royal Albert Hall and touring); Rhys Darbys’ This Way To Spaceship and Mr Adventure (New Zealand and UK tours), Terence Siufay and Justin Lo’s Connected tour and The Big Laugh, Friends of the Earth (Hammersmith Apollo); Museum of Doubts (Royal College of Art, London); Dave Dobbyn; Kiwi Soul and A Night of Dance (Christchurch Symphony Orchestra).
- 2016 - That Bloody Woman - Lighting Designer