Lucy is a London-based scenic and costume designer whose work is regularly seen in major venues in London (Donmar Warehouse, National Theatre), New York (The Armory, Public Theater) and across the UK (Theatr Clwyd, Sheffield Theatres, Manchester International Festival).
Her work reaches extensively across disciplines, with a focus on new work, installation design and theatre architecture.
Notable designs include the UK premieres of award winning new musicals The Assassination of Katie Hopkins (Theatr Clwyd) and A Pacifists Guide to The War on Cancer (National Theatre & Complicité/UK Tour & Australia).
Other recent theatre credits include Afterplay (Coronet Theatre); God’s Dice (Soho Theatre); Rich Kids (Traverse & UK Tour);, Rutherford and Son, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest (Sheffield Crucible), Les Misérables (Wermland Opera), Uncle Vanya (Theatr Clwyd and Sheffield Theatres); Privacy (Donmar Warehouse and Public Theater, New York); Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse and NT Live)
Lucy is a co-designer of Roundabout, the world’s first flat-pack theatre and winner of The Stage Awards “Theatre Building of the Year”. With her company studio three sixty Lucy creates pop-up performance venues and temporary installations.
Lucy is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was a member of the Editorial Board for the International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2019.
She was chosen as one of a handful of designers to represent Great Britain at the Prague Quadrennial of Theatre Design 2019 with her design for The Assassination of Katie Hopkins.