Nina Dunn is an award-winning video and projection designer who has created work for a wide range of shows, working internationally and spanning theatre, opera, dance, musical theatre, immersive, fashion, opening ceremonies and live events and public art. She is also an educator within her industry, helping to devise and deliver undergraduate courses and mentoring programmes in leading UK institutions.
For the National: Manor, Emperor and Galilean
In London's West End: The Shark is Broken, City of Angels, 9 to 5 The Musical (also UK tour), No Man’s Land (also tour), Cookies
Other theatre includes: Hamlet and The Mountaintop at the Young Vic; Extinct at Theatre Royal Stratford East; Shedding a Skin at the Soho; Cinderella for Imagine Theatre; A Museum in Baghdad, Venice Preserved, Miss Littlewood, The Seven Acts of Mercy and Volpone for the RSC; Plenty, Copenhagen, Fiddler on the Roof and Forty Years On at Chichester; Cbeebies Hansel and Gretel for the BBC; Going Through at the Bush; Alice’s Adventures Underground in London and China; The Assassination of Katie Hopkins at Theatr Clwyd; The Box of Delights at Wilton’s Music Hall; Der Freischütz and Macbeth at Wiener Staatsoper; Spring Gala at the Royal Opera House; The Life, The Diary of a Teenage Girl and Usagi Yojimbo at Southwark Playhouse; The Damned United at West Yorkshire Playhouse and on tour; The Hook and Alone in Berlin at the Royal and Derngate; Phantom of the Opera for Cameron Mackintosh on UK, US and Australian tour; The Flying Dutchman at ENO; La traviata and Hippolyte et Aricie at Glyndebourne; and The Rocky Horror Show on European tour.