Lucy is a co-founder of studio three sixty and provides consultancy in all aspects of theatre design, specialising in auditorium design and planning, seating and accessibility.
She has extensive international experience as an award-winning set and costume designer in the UK, Europe and North America.
Lucy spent three years as a Theatre Consultant with Charcoalblue.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was a member of the Editorial Board for the Institute of Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2019.
Emma provides consultancy in all aspects of theatre design, specialising in stage lighting design.
Her international experience as a lighting designer complements a fast-growing reputation as a project manager, bringing her expertise and collaborative leadership to projects at a variety of scales.
Emma trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School winning the Douglas Morris Award for Touring Lighting Design.
Emma spent three years as a Theatre Consultant with Charcoalblue.
She was on the judging panel for the 2019 Michael Northern Awards for Lighting Designers.
Stage Lighting Consultant
Rob is a renowned Lighting Designer and Associate Lighting Designer working internationally at the highest level.
He is a regular contributor to several entertainment industry publications, including a regular Classic Gear Column for Lighting&Sound International and was responsible for client-side lighting system consultancy for Leicester Curve, CAST Doncaster, Storyhouse Chester and Action Transport Theatre
Stage Engineering Consultant
Giles is an award winning Designer and Consultant providing bespoke services to the performing arts industry from auditorium design to designing bespoke components.
Giles spent seven years as Principal Designer at Steeldeck, designing auditoria, stages and other unique installations. He has also invented various types of new structures and fittings, including the A PACK retractable seating system - the UK's first curved retractable.
Carla is is a theatre director and community practitioner. She is Joint Artistic Director of all-female collective Bleeding Nora, a Trustee of intergenerational dance charity Dance Woking and a regular contributor for industry publications such as Arts Professional and Everything Theatre.
She has worked extensively as a director and associate director both nationally and internationally, but her true passion lies in the advocacy of community and participatory arts.
Sound and Audio-visual Consultant
Simon is an award-winning sound designer and composer. Simon began his career in the sound departments of the Royal Court, Royal Shakespeare Theatre and National Theatre. In 1999 he joined commercial design and rental company Autograph before going on to design many shows across the globe, including in the West End and on Broadway.