Amalie White has an MA in Architecture from the Royal College of Art and a BSc in Architecture from the Bartlett, University College London.
For the National: The Motive and the Cue and The Lehman Trilogy (as associate designer, in the West End).
As a designer, productions include: 1984 at Bloomsbury Theatre.
As an associate designer, productions include: Aristocrats at the Donmar Warehouse; and Atlas, an opera by Meredith Monk at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
Work as an associate designer includes: Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia arena world tour 2022; An Audience with Adele at the Palladium Theatre 2021; One Night Only with Adele at Griffith Park Observatory in Los Angeles 2021; The Brit Awards 2021; Dua Lipa at the MTV Awards in Seville 2019; Dua Lipa at the AMA Awards in Los Angeles 2019; Dua Lipa at Graham Norton 2019; and Stormzy at the Brit Awards 2018.
Before working for Es Devlin, Amalie White worked as a design assistant on Sinatra: The Man and His Music at the London Palladium; Monty Python Live (mostly) at the O2 Arena; Robbie Wiliams’ Swing Both Ways arena tour 2013; and Robbie Williams’ One Night at the Palladium 2013.
Includes for Es Devlin and Machiko Weston’s digital artwork I Saw The World End for the Imperial War Museum 2020.
Other design work for Es Devlin includes Mask in Motion at Kunsthal Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2018 and Somerset House 2019.
(Published April 2023)