Leiko Fuseya, set designer, has been working as Set and Costume designer for dance, opera, theater and other scenic events in Norway and USA since 1996. In recent years, she has designed Daniel Proietto's "Woman" and Alan Lucien Øyen's "Jingle Horse" at the Norwegian Opera & Ballet, "Carmen" at Kilden Performing Arts Center, "Madama Butterfly" and "Aida" at OscarsborgOperaen, "La Boheme" for Den Nye Opera in Bergen. She has also worked at most of the theatres in Norway such as Nationaltheatret, Det Norske Teatret, Oslo Nye Teater, Riksteatret og Den Nationale Scene, collaborating with directors such as Bentein Baardson, Tyra Tønnessen and Yngve Sundvor.
In USA, she has designed, among others, Benjamin Britten’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" for Chicago Opera Theater with Andrei Serban and collaborated with Mark Lamos on Shakespeare´s "The Taming of the Shrew" and "A Midsummer Night´s Dream" for Yale Repertory Theatre and Washington Shakespeare Theatre.
She is originally from Osaka, Japan and received BFA from New York University and Master of Fine Arts from Yale university.