a Sound Designer,
and Theatre Maker.
This is me
\ Sound designer and composer for theatre and more.
\ Co-founder of Out of the Blue Theatre Company.
\ Two-time Off West End Theatre Awards nominee for Best Sound Design.
\ Love depping as a mic tech.
\ Trained at the Production and Technical Arts course at LAMDA.
\ From Beijing, China. Based in London, UK.
\ A traveller, sometimes-poet, ballet-lover, handcraft-enthusiast.
\ Hold a strong passion for devised theatre.
Associate Sound Design: Dear Elizabeth (theatre play)
Written by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Ellen McDougall, sound design by Jon Nicholls, at Theatro Technis.
The Gate’s critically acclaimed sell-out production of Dear Elizabeth by Sarah Ruhl returns for a limited run in Autumn 2021.
Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell were two of America’s most brilliant poets. They wrote over 400 letters to each other through their lives; spanning decades, continents, political eras.
Ellen McDougall’s innovative production features two unrehearsed performers each night. They meet each other, and the audience, at the start of the performance. Everyone discovers the story of Robert and Elizabeth, letter by letter, together.
1-18 Sept 2021
Sound Design: We Like To Move It, Move It (theatre play)
Written by Amy Ng and Donnacadh O’Briain, directed by Donnacadh O’Briain, at various non-traditional spaces.
How do you solve a problem like immigration? Karaoke, moral philosophy and immigration controls come together in an all-immigrant variety show, serving up jokes, songs and plenty to chew over. There’s something for everyone! (But should there be?)
28 Sept - 16 Oct, 2021
Sound Design: Antigone (theatre play)
Adapted by Hollie McNish, directed by Natasha Rickman, at Storyhouse (Chester)
Antigone mourns her brother, left to rot in the field by her callous uncle, the tyrant King. She needs to honour her brother, to bury him. But whose law is greater – her god’s or her king’s? Antigone picks the fight anyway, and a personal tragedy of ancient Greek proportions follows.
Sophocles’ deadly masterpiece tears the family and the state apart in this urgent political drama.
13 - 23 Oct, 2021